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Former “Fox & Friends” co-host Clayton Morris fled the U.S. while facing multiple lawsuits over real estate deals, the IndyStar reported Friday.
Morris, who previously resided in a $1.4 million home in New Jersey, has moved with his family to a coastal resort town Portugal, according a Facebook post from his wife.
The article goes on to state the following:
Former MSNBC anchor Natali Morris told the IndyStar in an email that she and her husband plan to keep fighting the lawsuits from abroad.
“We have and continued to take responsibility for all of our legal challenges that came from our relationship with Oceanpointe. We have answered all of our attorney general requests in all states. We have answered all lawsuits,” Natali Morris said.
“We have not run from anything,” she added. “We continue to show up for this until the last lawsuit is dismissed and it is clear that we neither had the money from Oceanpointe investors nor did we defraud anyone.”
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Ex-Fox & Friends co-host Clayton Morris leaves country amid accusations he defrauded investors.
He and his wife say they’ll fight lawsuits from abroad. “We have not run from anything.”
Lawyer for investors: “innocent people don’t flee the country.” https://t.co/jG0bKKZALE
— Tony Cook (@indystartony) July 12, 2019
In a lengthy post Thursday, Clayton Morris’ wife Natali explained why the family has moved…amid more than two dozen lawsuits from investors who say the ex-Fox & Friends co-host defrauded them in real estate deals involving properties in Indianapolis. https://t.co/86NHcqEXdn
— IndyStar (@indystar) July 12, 2019
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