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Ex-MLB Star Hit With $1M Suit By Pot Grow Biz Partner

Retired MLB shortstop Royce Clayton has been hit with a $1 million lawsuit in California state court for allegedly freezing a business partner out of a marijuana venture, a suit that comes amid an ongoing case the big league veteran filed against partners in another pot business.

Sean Suh alleged in a complaint Wednesday that he provided Clayton and his business partner, Donald Anderson, with a $900,000 investment and his own sweat equity to get a marijuana cultivation operation off the ground. Suh claims the two men then refused to turn over his share of the profits and threatened to remove him from the business…

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Published: December 14, 2020

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