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Securities Fraud

The SEC claims Sam A. Antar, 43, of New York City, already a felon, stole at least $550,000 by claiming he would use investors’ money to buy stocks, but gambled it away and spent it on “gifts to his family members (and) paying for his daughter’s lavish wedding.”

MANHATTAN — The SEC claims Sam A. Antar, 43, of New York City, already a felon, stole at least $550,000 by claiming he would use investors’ money to buy stocks, but gambled it away and spent it on “gifts to his family members (and) paying for his daughter’s lavish wedding.”

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