Grand Hustle and others Is Suing The National Conference of Black Mayors Who owes a million dollars Debt.
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In total, the unpaid bills, liens and court judgments against the organization of 580 mayors come to over seven figures to multiple organizations around the country.
Grand Hustle CEO Jason Geter and general manager Hannah Kang provided the loan to Williams, who was a friend at the time, when she approached the pair to close a deficit in the NCBM budget.
|The National Conference of Black Mayors Who owes a million dollars Debt.|
Is Being Sued
Geter and Kang advanced Williams a loan of $90,000, but when Williams failed to reconcile the debt in a timely manner — and in fact wrote two bad checks to Geter and Kang — the Grand Hustle execs took the legal route to recover the money.
Grand Hustle employed private investigators track down Williams and the National Conference of Black Mayors and then hauled Williams in court, winning a judgment of $126,125.50 against Williams and the NCBM.
Craftily, Williams protected her assets by transferring property into the names of her husband and family members.
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She claimed she was paying people back and she promised to provide documents to support her claims. But on the day she was scheduled to meet with Russell, she cancelled the meeting without explanation.
“They felt a little bit betrayed by someone who holds them self out to be a pillar of the community,” said Michael Miller, the attorney representing Geter, told Fox
“There has never been any intent to pay my clients back,” said Miller.
The Grand Hustle executives had to crank the legal process again when their previous attorney, Charles Mathis, passed away from a heart attack. For Mores Inside News Click On The Link Fox 5