Convicted racketeer Rick Rizzolo, unpaid beating victim Kirk Henry, Crazy Horse Too
Rizzolos file objection to Piazza deposition
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Late Friday, convicted racketeer Rick Rizzolo and his ex-wife Lisa filed oppositions to unpaid beating victim Kirk Henry’s motion for an extension of discovery so his legal team can depose Vince Piazza.
Not mentioned in the Rizzolo’s opposition, however, is the amount that the Rizzolo’s initially told Henry’s attorneys that they were to receive for their share of the Philadelphia Crazy Horse Too; $990,000.00.
It was recently discovered that the amount was actually $3 million dollars!
Therefore, it is now up to United States District Court Judge Philip Pro to approve Henry’s motion in order for Mr. Piazza to reveal just who was the recipient of the unreported two million dollars.
The Rizzolo’s full 8 page Opposition (pdf)
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LAS VEGAS - While racketeer Rick Rizzolo was serving his prison sentence, he secretly participated in the $3 million dollar sale of his portion of the Philadelphia Crazy Horse Too. Rizzolo did not report the transaction to the IRS or his creditors including unpaid beating victim Kirk Henry.
According to documents discovered in September 2010, Rizzolo was set to receive $3 million from his business partner Vince Piazza, the father of famous baseball player Mike Piazza, for Rizzolo’s share of the strip club (photo on left).
In a MOTION (below) filed on October 8, 2010, attorneys for Kirk Henry asked the United States Federal Court to extend the time for Discovery in Henry’s personal injury case so his legal team can depose Vince Piazza to ascertain whether Rick or Lisa Rizzolo received at least $2 million of the $3 million dollars under the table.