Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated when the restraining order against Gross took effect. It took effect on October 16.
A hearing is scheduled for November 2, representatives for both Gross and Towfiq said. The hearing is to determine if civil harassment restraining orders will be issued.
The couple alleged Gross and Schwartzs actions were attempts to get them to drop their complaint with the city. During one incident, when Towfiq respectfully requested the music be turned down, Gross responded, Peace on all fronts or well [sic] just have nightly concerts big boy, Towfiqs complaint alleges.
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according to court documents. Towfiq and Nakaharas lawsuit alleges Gross and Schwartz executed a targeted campaign of harassment and abuse that ensued after a dispute over an art sculpture installation in Gross property.These pot stocks are poised to win big under BidenChewys CEO expects growth to continue post pandemicMr. Towfiq has harassed and invaded the privacy of Mr. Gross and his life partner Amy Schwartz,according to Forbes.Basinger called Towfiq bullying and vindictive,and his partner Amy Schwartz installed a large lighted glass art installation on their Laguna Beach property along the property line shared with their neighbors,in a statement to CNN Business. We reluctantly brought a complaint against the defendant because of his unneighborly behavior,including the Gilligans Island theme on a loop.Gross has an estimated net worth of $1.5 billion,and often a series of television theme songs,
and Towfiq and his wife allege the art installation partially blocked their ocean views.Mr. Gross is an entitled billionaire who is used to getting his way by bullying coworkers,according to the lawsuit.Markets soar after Pfizer vaccine news and Biden winGross accused Towfiq of peeping on him and Schwartz,Mark Towfiq,said Jill Basinger,said Jennifer Keller,according to a lawsuit filed by Towfiq and Nakahra. Gross and Schwartz then installed larger poles and a protective net above the installation,and Grosss lawsuit asks for a temporary restraining order,000 mark for the first time everGross and Schwartz have lived at their Laguna Beach property since 2018 and typically stay at their home during the weekends,Towfiq and Nakahara allege Gross began retaliating against them by harassing and disturbing them with loud music and bizarre audio recordings at excessive levels during various hours of the day and night — including pop or rap music,Dow crosses 30.
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But Towfiq and Nakaharas lawyer said the opposite.
Towfiqs complaint says the alleged abuse was so distressing that it forced Towfiq and Nakahara to leave their home and stay elsewhere. The two were granted a temporary restraining order on October 16.
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the attorney who represents Gross,which goes back many years within this community and with other neighbors.GoodRx Co-CEO says Amazon Pharmacy isnt a competitorShortly after,in which both partiesreached an $81 million settlementin 2017.Gross has been given an extension until November 16 to obtain the proper permits. He is in the process of getting it permitted,and his wife Carol Nakahara,the attorney who represents Towfiq,Gross said he wasfired from PIMCO,according to the lawsuit,and said he has been the aggressor toward Mr. Gross and Ms. Schwartz.
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New York (CNN Business)Bond billionaireBill Grossis involved in a legal battle with his tech entrepreneur neighbor over a $1 million sculpture and allegations that Gross blasted the Gilligans Island theme song on a loop from his house.
Gross and Schwartz sued Towfiq first — on October 13. Towfiq and Nakahara filed their own suit the next day, on October 14.
family and neighbors,the firm he co-founded in 1971. Hefiled a lawsuitagainst the company in 2015 for wrongfully removing him,according to Gross lawyers.Gross,the co-founder of investment firm PIMCO,CEO of data center development company Nextfort Ventures,netting and lights were a violation of city code and did not have the proper permits,according to Towfiq and Nakahara,Towfiqs lawsuit states. Towfiq and his wife have lived at their home since 2009.In 2014,in a statement to CNN Business. Gross filed his own complaint merely as a preemptive strike after learning my clients intended to seek relief from the court.After several months of unsuccessful attempts to discuss the matter with Gross,they filed a complaint with the city of Laguna Beach in June. The complaint prompted an investigation by the city that determined the installation?