- Associated Press - Friday, October 28, 2016

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - An insurance company that paid more than $2.8 million in claims after an arson fire damaged an historic Memphis music recording studio has now accused a rock music label company of fraud and wants its money back.

The Commercial Appeal (https://memne.ws/2fdipdq ) reports that Hanover American Insurance Co. has filed a federal lawsuit against Tattooed Millionaire Entertainment, its owner Christopher C. Brown and two others - Daniel Mott and John Falls - in connection with the fire last November set inside the former House of Blues recording studio.

After examining receipts and bank records, Hanover, which is based in Massachusetts, says $10.5 million worth of recording equipment that it had insured didn’t exist. The defendants had said the arsonists had stolen the equipment.

The defendants declined to comment.


Information from: The Commercial Appeal, https://www.commercialappeal.com

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