- Report: #999542
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Complaint Review: Krave
Krave450 Fremont Street, Suite #370 Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America
Krave Rio Las Vegas Attorney Robert Atkinson Low Life Las Vegas, Nevada
rent from two of his venues -- Copa and Boys Lounge. That's why they're shut down. He has a bit of a track record here. As part of his conviction and sentencing, Murphy was to pay restitution. He still has not paid some $75,600 that he owes in restitution. So Atkinson, his lawyer, is assisting him in these endeavors. Atkinson's name also was on the eviction order posting on the front door of Copa.
How does Murphy do all this? Funny you should ask. Atkinson helps Murphy by doing things like setting up "straw men" so Murphy can work through them to get things like liquor licenses and lease agreements, for example. Murphy is unable to legally obtain a liquor license under Nevada state law because of his past felony convictions.
Atkinson has his own past-due issues. Atkinson has a federal tax lien filed against him by the IRS in Washington, DC, which totals almost $50,000 -- $46,227 to be exact. And this is from more than seven years ago. Hello? IRS? Anyone home? How do you get away with that for seven years? Atkinson and Murphy make quite the pair, don't you think? And Murphy is about to open Krave at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino?
You can't make up this stuff.
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