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be a blimp mogul Seriously who dreams of being a blimp mogul No sizzling details here just some competenta blimp mogul Seriously who dreams of being a blimp mogul No sizzling details here just some competent He deserves all the jail time he got and Probably he should be executed. D members themselves reveal detailed accounts of everything from the heyday of their stardom to Pearlman's troubled timesThe Hit Charade starts with Pearlman's awkward youth and follows along as his juggling act becomes increasingly complex then builds to the heartbreaking moments when investors retirees relatives and friends and government authorities discover that the man they had trusted had been cheating them all along How did this chubby boy from middle class ueens who pioneered some of the music industry's most ucrative pop ensembles mastermind one of the Early FM Radio largest andongest running Ponzi schemes in US history Here finally is the true story of Lou Pearlman's epic rise and fa. Learned about the utter disdain this author has for pop music and
its fans nothing really new about the con thoughI was particularly skivedfans nothing really new about the con thoughI was particularly skived by the constant insinuation that Pearlman was homosexual and iked young men offering second hand anecdotes instead of actual evidence The way several people were characterized was also off putting With no concrete proof or source was I supposed to just take the author s world for every thing he said And what exactly does this have to do with the conThis is tabloid sensationalizing than actual. And started "Demanding He Return Their Money The “Sixth Backstreet Boy” Had "he return their money the “Sixth Backstreet Boy” had fled to Germany and then to Indonesia where he was eventually nabbed by authorities and charged with a historic federal fraudTyler Gray the only journalist to speak with Pearlman while he was in jail weaves together the fascinating behind the scenes story of the greed and desperation of this boy band mogul and monumental scam artist Gray unravels Pearlman's twenty year ong Ponzi scheme and explores persistent rumors about alleged inappropriate behavior by Pearlman toward members of the boy bands and other young men Along the way former friends family members Pearlman business associates and ban.
review The Hit Charade Lou Pearlman Boy Bands and the Biggest Ponzi Scheme in US HistoryIt s an entertaining bio uick fast read In these Ponzi schemes it always amazes how people get suckered in when the whole thing is such a convoluted mess Twenty years of nutiness with this joker and of course as in the madoff case the ignored calls to the SEC and in this story the FDIC It s almost ike they just don t want to impede these fellows I came across
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TO SAY WITHOUT LOU PEARLMANsay Without Lou Pearlman would have been no Backstreet Boys no NSYNC and possibly no Justin Timberlake In the ate 1990s Pearlman's boy bands ushered out guitar and angst driven grunge music and NSYNC and Backstreet Boys began to dominate the television and radio airwaves At the core of this sueaky clean pop revolution was a sinister international fraud conceived by Pearlman a husky huckster who first honed his crooked business skills as a teenage math nerd and blimp enthusiast in Flushing ueens From there in the mid 1980s and from his Orlando Florida base in the early 1990s through 2007 he cheated hundreds of investors out of nearly 500 million When they finally caught on to him.