- Report: #1039010
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Complaint Review: Lydia Cornell
Lydia CornellLos Angeles, California United States of America
Lydia Cornell Fraud and Theft Los Angeles, California
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Cornell was the witness of the will, and Hayeland was the in charge of the property and the money to be distributed, Cornell after filing (bankruptcy) bought the home from Hayeland who then became her husband. taking the property that belonged to Powers. it is unknown where the $300.000.00 went as Powers stated in an interview in 2006. Soon after the money and property transfer was made Cornell and Hayeland married. Powers stated that he was scammed out of his property and money by Cornell and Hayeland.
NOW a new fraud charge is being brought against the two where theis case is being revisited under the RICO act. Federal Case 3:13-cv-00093 Lewis et al v. Korniloff (Cornell) et al in Tennessee where 70 defendants and 300 defendants can be added to the case. Cornell and Hayeland are both named Defendants in that case. The other case is being reopened to investigate the two as to the fraud and theft charges and a pattern of the two in Fraud and theft.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/29/2013 06:26 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/-Lydia-Cornell/Los-Angeles-California-90212/Lydia-Cornell-Fraud-and-Theft-Los-Angeles-California-1039010. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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