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Dean Spanos sued by sister, accused of 'misogynistic' behavior as legal battle continues over control of Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers owner Dean Spanos has been accused of "misogynistic" behavior, "self-dealing" and repeated "breaches of fiduciary duty" by his sister in a lawsuit that escalates the siblings' ongoing legal battle over control of the team. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in San Joaquin County Superior Court by attorneys...
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Dean Spanos is being sued by his sister for ‘misogynistic’ behavior, breaches of fiduciary duty

Deano Spanos is being sued by his own sister. According to both Kimberley Martin and Adam Schefter of ESPN, Dea Spanos Berberian filed a lawsuit accusing her brother of “mysogynistic” behavior, “self-dealing”, and repeated “breaches of fiduciary duty.” The lawsuit further escalates a legal battle that’s been ongoing between the siblings for over a year.
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Statement Issued by the Families of Alexis Spanos Ruhl, Michael Spanos and Dean Spanos

Statement Issued by the Families of Alexis Spanos Ruhl, Michael Spanos and Dean Spanos. "Our parents, Alex and Faye, wanted the Chargers to be part of the Spanos Family for generations to come. For the three of us the Chargers is one of our family's most important legacies, just as it was for our parents. Unfortunately, our sister Dea seems to have a different and misguided personal agenda. If Dea no longer wishes to be part of this family legacy, the three of us stand ready to purchase her share of the franchise, as our agreements give us the right to do. In the meanwhile, the operations of the Chargers will be entirely unaffected by this matter, which relates only to the 36 percent share of the team that was owned by our parents. The three of us are entitled to three-fourths of that 36 percent share in any event, and under no circumstances will this situation impact control of the franchise. The three of us will remain firmly united as we seek to fulfill our parents' wishes to make every decision in the best interests of the Los Angeles Chargers."
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