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Kimora Lee Simmons fires back at lawsuit from Russell Simmons

Kimora Lee Simmons has fired back after Def Jam Records founder and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife and her new husband Tim Leissner. The record executive is suing the pair, claiming they stole stock shares from his Celsius Energy Drink company to pay for attorney fees for Leissner. Russell claims that his shares are being used as collateral to pay a bond in connection with criminal charges filed against Kimora’s new husband by federal authorities.
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Russell Simmons sues ex Kimora Lee Simmons for allegedly stealing stocks to pay husband's bail fees

Russell Simmons is suing his ex-wife Kimora Lee Simmons and her current husband Tim Leissner. In a complaint filed earlier this week and obtained by PEOPLE, Simmons, 63, alleged that Lee, 46, and Leissner, 49, conspired to make a fraudulent transfer of Simmons' nearly 4 million shares of energy drink company Celsius in order to pay for Leissner's legal and bail fees related to a 2018 money laundering case.
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Kimora Lee Simmons Calls Russell Simmons an ‘Abuser’ in Legal Battle Amid Russell’s Sexual Assault Allegations

The once amicable relationship between exes Russell Simmons and Kimora Lee Simmons is no longer. Russell is suing Kimora, accusing her of fraud. In her response, Kimora denies her ex’s claims while also calling him a “serial abuser.” Kimora’s choice of words comes on the healms of more than a dozen women accusing Russell of sexual assault.
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Russell Simmons sues ex Kimora Lee for allegedly stealing stocks

Russell Simmons and Kimora Lee’s divorce was finalized more than a decade ago, but they may have to face each other in court once again. The music executive, 63, sued the model, 46, and her husband, Tim Leissner, on Tuesday for allegedly attempting to fraudulently transfer Simmons’ nearly four million Celsius shares to their accounts to help pay for Leissner’s legal and bail fees stemming from a 2018 money laundering case, according to Los Angeles County Superior Court documents obtained by Page Six on Friday.
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Kimora Lee Simmons 'shocked' by ex Russell Simmons' lawsuit, labels it 'extortion' and 'serial abuse'

Kimora Lee Simmons is responding to her ex-husband Russell Simmons' recent lawsuit against her and her current husban Tim Leissner. After Simmons, 63, alleged in a complaint that Kimora, 46, and Leissner, 49, fraudulently transferred 4 million shares of energy drink company Celsius to pay for Leissner's legal fees related to a money laundering case, Kimora is responding to Simmons' claims.
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Kimora Lee Simmons Slams Ex-Husband Russell Simmons' 'Baseless' Lawsuit, Calls It 'Extortion,' 'Harassment'

Kimora Lee Simmons is speaking out after ex-husband Russell Simmons filed a lawsuit against her and her current husband, Tim Leissner. In the complaint, Russell reportedly accused the couple of fraudulently transferring 4 million shares of his energy drink company, Celsius, to pay legal fees for Tim, 49— he reportedly has a $44 million fine to avoid jail after pleading not guilty to criminal conspiracy to commit money laundering.
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Hip-Hop Producer Russell Simmons Sues Ex-Wife Over Celsius Shares

Hip-hop record producer Russell Simmons is suing his ex-wife and her new husband for fraud involving their shares in the energy drink company Celsius. Simmons is accusing his ex-wife, Kimora Lee Simmons and her husband Tim Leissner for using about 4 million Celsius shares to pay for legal fees Leissner accumulated in a 2018 money laundering case, PEOPLE Magazine reports.
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Russell Simmons Accuses Ex Kimora Lee of Stealing His Stocks to Pay Hubby's Legal Fees

Russell Simmons has filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife Kimora Lee after she allegedly stole his stocks, Page Six reports. Simmons is accusing Lee and her current husband, Tim Leissner, of trying to transfer almost 4 million shares of his Celsius stocks into their accounts in order to pay for Leissner’s legal fees from a money laundering case three years ago. According to court documents obtained by Page Six, Simmons “has repeatedly tried for years to avoid filing this lawsuit and resolve it amicably.” He adds that he is “shocked and saddened” by Lee‘s alleged attempt to fraudulently transfer the shares and that he “had NO KNOWLEDGE OF and would have never agreed to” her actions. Leissner pleaded guilty in 2018 to conspiring to commit money laundering and made a deal to pay $44 million to steer clear of prison time, according to a Forbes article.
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Russell Simmons suing ex-wife Kimora Lee and her new husband

Def Jam Records founder and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons has filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife Kimora Lee Simmons and her new husband Tim Leissner. The record executive is suing the pair, claiming they stole stock shares from his Celsius Energy Drink company to pay for attorney fees for Leissner. Russell claims that his shares are being used as collateral to pay a bond in connection with criminal charges filed against Kimora’s new husband by federal authorities.
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Russell Simmons Accuses Ex Kimora Lee of Fraud in Bombshell Lawsuit

Watch: 50 Cent and Russell Simmons Blast Oprah Over #MeToo Doc. Russell Simmons is accusing his ex-wife of stealing shares of stock to bail her new husband out of jail. The music producer, 63, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, May 18, against his ex Kimora Lee, 46, and her spouse Tim Leissner, 49. The complaint accuses the couple of breach of contract, fraudulent concealment, breach of confidential relations/constructive fraud and more, according to the lawsuit obtained by E! News.