Richmond Developer Justin French Chooses The Worst Possible Guy In D.C. To Scam

Richmond developer Justin French plead guilty to two felony counts relating to a tax credit scheme, and now faces a maximum 30 years in prison. No, we didn't re brand ourselves as a financial news site, I still have some sports for you. According to Al Harris at Richmond Biz Sense, former Redskin Darrell Green was one of French's victims.

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Redskins star Darrell Green got into real estate after leaving the NFL and runs an investment group called Rostormel Financial. Green’s company filed suit in Richmond District Court seeking $1.43 million for balances due on two promissory notes.

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Justin couldn't have possibly picked a worse guy in the D.C. area to scam. Is there anyone around here more popular than Darrell Green? Between the actual fraud and the fact that it was directed at Green, you found a way to personally offend every single member of the D.C. area. Good luck picking a jury for this one.

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As Green fans ourselves, we hope that his lawsuit against French comes through and he, along with everyone else French scammed, is able to re-coup whatever they lost.

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