NY Mets to Pay Bernie Madoff Trustee Up to $83 Million

On Monday, a judge ruled that the New York Mets' owners have to pay up to $83 million to the Bernard Madoff trustee overseeing the repayment of investor money. However, he expressed doubt that the trustee, Irving Picard, will be able to prove at a March 19 trial that he should receive anything more than $300 million.

The judge, U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff, wrote a four-page ruling to assist with the March 19 trial. This comes after Picard tried to get the Mets' owners to pay as high as $1 . . .


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