• Report: #1082203
Complaint Review:

Tony Abbatangelo

  • Submitted: Fri, September 06, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, September 06, 2013

  • Reported By: Sam.A — Las Vegas Nevada
Tony Abbatangelo
Las Vegas, Nevada USA

Tony Abbatangelo - Dewey Cheatem and Howe

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That's the latest law firm endeavor from Las Vegas attorney Tony Abbatangelo.

We'll overlook the personal issues of domestic violence (a couple years back he was removed from the bench for beating his wife) and focus on the facts around how he cheated the system, aided and abetted others in cheating the system, and pretty much got away with it. So far.

Perry Klein and business partner Alan Rapoport invested together and built an 11,000-square-foot mansion in Lake Las Vegas in Henderson. Klein moved into the house when it was finished, but Rapoport had him evicted. How, you wonder? Rapoport got a lot of help from Assemblyman Scott Sibley and Judge Tony Abbatangelo. Here's how it went down:
Abbatangelo is the key. In a supposed random paperwork process, he was the judge who signed a temporary protective order on Rapoport's behalf that led to Klein's eviction from the house. Assemblyman Sibley, also a process server, served the papers to Klein that compelled him to leave the house. The connection between Abbatangelo and Sibley is Jason Huffer, an advisor to the judge at the time as well as Sibley's campaign manager. According to a Las Vegas Journal Review story there were some "90 phone calls between all the men in three days' time." Document time stamps show the protective order was granted by Abbatangelo before the application for it was even filed.

Like the headline says: do we cheat 'em, and how! Klein won a 2006 judgment totaling $10 million in a suit that named Rapoport and Sibley as defendants. However he's yet to collect anything. Abbatangelo was not named in the suit. We'll see how long Abbatangelo can avoid legal scrutiny in his role in this.

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