Las Vegas Dancer Sued for Rs 317 Crore Over Two-Timing Boyfriend

For over a decade, the "woman hoodwinked him into thinking they were in an exclusive, romantic relationship,” Fred Brunner’s suit claims.
Fred Brunner spent a fortune on his 10-year relationship with the dancer. | Aleksandr Korchagin

Fred Brunner spent a fortune on his 10-year relationship with the dancer. | Aleksandr Korchagin

An American man is suing a Las Vegas dancer for allegedly two-timing him with another boyfriend, while making money from him for 10 years. Fred Brunner, of Washington County, Arkansas, has filed a lawsuit seeking $38.5 million in compensation for the "extensive, fraudulent scheme" that was their relationship.
According to court documents, the litigant first met the woman at a gentlemen's club during his 2014 Las Vegas trip, where he sought to drink away the pain of divorce.
Brunner was decidedly richer than the establishment’s typical patron and the dancer in question was quick to catch on to it, the lawsuit alleged, adding that she “made a significant amount of money from” him that night.
She realised a fortune such as his wealth could turn her life around for good.
For over a decade, the "woman hoodwinked him into thinking they were in an exclusive, romantic relationship,” Brunner’s suit claims.
During the charade, she also allegedly accepted a house and many trips, the expenses of which were paid for by Brunner.
As for the plaintiff, he said he provided financial support to his girlfriend at "her specific request."
Brunner’s 10 years with the dancer cost him an estimated $35 million, with the defendant collecting around $3 million from him.
"Contrary to her countless representations to Brunner, the woman was in fact in a romantic relationship with another man in Las Vegas," his lawyers argued.
In fact, some of his money also went to this other, unidentified man.
In his lawsuit, Brunner said: “ll along, she had no intention of following through on her representations, doing only what was necessary to keep Brunner from being suspicious.”
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