Thursday, March 17, 2016

George Ullman - Judge Says Ullman GUILTY of "Fraud"

Well, we all know that S. George Ullman wasn't the most honest man around town.  There is more material I will be posting that will show that he willfully did things in his position to being manager of the estate of Rudolph Valentino that was possibly downright illegal.
 
Now comes this court notice that found that S. George Ullman defrauded an elderly lady while collecting money for the Valentino "Aspiration" statue.



Here is S. George Ullman (left) at the dedication.  Did you know he DID NOT
invite Alberto Valentino to this important unveiling?



Movie Magazine article guessing as to the cost of a Valentino Memorial


Mrs Zunilda Mancini - 77 years old at time of photo whom
Judge Lester W. Roth says "Fell Victim to a Fraud"


Here is the press snipe of the back of the photo.  It reads:


VALENTINO FRAUD

DECLARING THAT WHEN MRS. ZUNILDA MANCINI, 77 YEAR OLD
WIDOW, CONTRIBUTED $6,900 TOWARD A MEMORIAL FOR THE LATE
RUDOLPH VALENTINO, SHE "FELL VICTIM TO A FRAUD", SUPERIOR
JUDGE LESTER W. ROTH TODAY ORDERED S. GEORGE ULLMAN,
FORMER EXECUTOR OF THE VALENTINO ESTATE, TO RETURN
$5,400 OF THE AGED WOMAN'S MONEY.  MRS. MANCINI TOLD THE
COURT THE MEMORIAL COST ONLY $1,500



 



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