In that dispute, Imperato forced the once high-profile lawyer and businessman to sell his interest in four real estate investments to pay off part of a $1.1 million settlement agreement dating back to 1994.
Imperato also sold Wallace's Mercedes convertible after U.S. marshals seized it as part of his collection on the bad debt.
Marshals also confiscated Wallace's expensive office furnishings as part of the court-ordered collection effort. Imperato later returned the furniture to get Wallace to sign another settlement agreement, now in dispute.
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|Date:||Dec 6, 1999|
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