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Gordon Ramsay wins $4.5M from ex associate after judge rules accuser 'fabricated evidence'

Page Six reported, citing court documentsRowen sued the "Hell's Kitchen" star in 2014 after their The Fat Cow restaurant closed. In his lawsuit, Rowen said Gordon "deliberately mishandled a trademark problem" for the restaurants.

He also said Gordon "formed a new company with new partners and then secretly negotiated a deal with his Los Angeles landlord" to create a new restaurant in The Fat Cow's space.He sued for $10.8 million.At the time, the famed chef said Rowen orchestrated a "fraudulent scheme to freeload upon the renown and acumen of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay." He also called his former business partner "inept," "incompetent and dishonest."On May 16, Page Six said Judge Melissa Crane sided with the "Next Level Chef" host and ordered that Rowen pay $1.6 million as well as 50 to 70 percent of Ramsay's attorneys' fees, which were $5 million.  The total payout comes to approximately $4.5 million. In disregarding Rowen's testimony, the judge ruled that he "fabricated evidence" and stated, "If a witness will lie to the court, it is possible he would lie about everything."The court also believed that Rowen took kickbacks from suppliers.A spokesman for Gordon said, "The judge believed Seibel was 'not credible,' that it 'appeared he fabricated evidence,' that he received 'kickbacks' and siphoned money and was 'incompetent in managing' the restaurant. Mr.

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Page Six reported, citing court documentsRowen sued the "Hell's Kitchen" star in 2014 after their The Fat Cow restaurant closed. In his lawsuit, Rowen said Gordon "deliberately mishandled a trademark problem" for the restaurants.
Post Malone painted the town red after celebrating his "Saturday Night Live" debut as the musical guest alongside first-time host Selena Gomez in New York City over the weekend. The 26-year-old musician reportedly enjoyed a "wild" night out at the show's afterparty at L’Avenue at Saks, as he arrived in a packed sprinter van with Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold, and holding a lit cigarette and a Bud Light.  Posty — whose full name is Austin Richard Post — was reportedly having such a good time that he "hung out with ‘SNL’ creator Lorne Michaels" all night "before being asked to leave at 5:30 a.m," according to Page Six.

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