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Crime Marvel Chairman Seeks Damages Against Insurance Company in Bizarre DNA Theft Lawsuit

23:17  02 march  2021
23:17  02 march  2021 Source:   lawandcrime.com

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Ike Perlmutter

Marvel Chairman Isaac “Ike” Perlmutter’s long-running legal battle with his neighbor, Toronto businessman Harold Peerenboom, has reached a new level of intrigue. The billionaire and his wife Laura Perlmutter are seeking damages against an insurance company in a counterclaim alleging DNA theft.

The Perlmutters want money from Federal Insurance Company, arguing in a motion that one of the company’s in-house staff attorneys helped Peerenboom plot to steal DNA from the couple in order to falsely tie them to a hate-mail campaign against Peerenboom.

From the motion obtained by Law&Crime [citation removed]:

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Douberley and Peerenboom spent months plotting to steal the Perlmutters’ DNA. Douberley issued subpoenas compelling the Perlmutters’ appearance at nonparty depositions in the Donnelly case. … Peerenboom and Douberley then arranged for a technician from Speckin, a private forensic firm, to attend the Perlmutters’ depositions to secretly steal their DNA, in violation of Florida Statute § 760.40. … At the depositions, Douberley asked the Perlmutters to inspect exhibits on papers specially prepared by Speckin, and offered them bottles of water. … DNA was collected from those materials and sent for testing—without the Perlmutters’ consent. This conduct went far beyond mere negligence, or even gross negligence—it was intentional and criminal.

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The Perlmutter/Peerenboom conflict is a peak “Florida” story. The men, who were neighbors at the Sloan’s Curve gated community in Palm Beach, first got into a dispute over who would run the local tennis program. Perlmutter, the famously reclusive, Trump-supporting businessman who pulled Marvel from bankruptcy and got Disney to buy it in 2009, supported Karen D. Donnelly, who reportedly did not work with a contract. Peerenboom claimed this broke Florida law as bid-rigging. Donnelly, financially supported by Perlmutter, sued Peerenboom for defamation.

Amid all this, Peerenboom said he was subjected to a hate-mail campaign, with more than a thousand letters sent to his friends and others. Disgusting, unfounded allegations including his sexually assaulting a child, and committing the 2013 double-murder of a couple. Prison inmates even received insulting letters ostensibly from “Peerenboom.” The real Peerenboom blamed Perlmutter.

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The story is that he and his attorney obtained Isaac and Laura Perlmutter’s DNA from water bottles the couple used during a deposition. He wants to use this DNA to show that the couple were involved in the hate-mail campaign. There was an alleged match between Laura Perlmutter and DNA on one of the hate-mail letters. The Perlmutters claim the DNA was stolen, and that it is their property.

Federal Insurance Company did not immediately respond to a Law&Crime request for comment.

Isaac "Ike" Perlmutter Motion, Part 1 by Law&Crime on Scribd

Ike Perlmutter Motion, Part 2 by Law&Crime on Scribd

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