Actor Bruce Willis has reportedly sued a Malaysian company, Green Rubber Global for failing to return $900,000 of his initial investment to the said company. Seeking a return of the money was decided by Willis after production was put on hold due to the continuing faltering economy that is hitting all nations today.
According to court papers filed in Los Angeles, Willis’ agreement to invest in Green Rubber Global had a clause wherein he could get a full refund of his money within a specified period of time. He exercised that option on March 17th, but only got $1.1 million back.
Unfortunately, it looks like Willis will have to make do with this for now as suing the company seems unlikely to resolve his problem. For what its worth at least he got more than half of his initial investment.
But that is behind the point and unless something bright happens to the economy, it would be best to try and study ventures prior to investing. Then again, who would have thought that business would be this bad?
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