- Associated Press - Monday, April 4, 2016

ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - The ex-husband of state Rep. Kasha Kelley alleges in a lawsuit that a family business owes him money.

The Arkansas City Traveler (https://bit.ly/23b04fQ ) reports that Scott Margolius filed the lawsuit against his former spouse, Rep. Kasha Kelley, and her mother, Diana Williams, last year in Cowley County. Williams is the owner of First Intermark Corp. and Kelley is the chief executive officer. The retail consulting company follows up on sales, mainly of motorcycle dealers.

The suit claims that Kelley and Williams knowingly withheld more than $60,000 from Margolius, a former employee. Williams and Kelley claim in a court filing that that Margolius was using company resources to operate his own business.

Margolius is seeking $225,000 in the lawsuit. Williams, Kelley and their company are demanding the same amount from Margolius.


Information from: The Arkansas City (Kan.) Traveler, https://www.arkcity.net

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