$25 Million ‘Pure Fiction’ In Natrol Price Tag Made Real
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Natrol owner Aurobindo asks a bankruptcy court for an order before previous owner Plethico Pharmaceuticals agrees to pay close to the price of a phantom engineering contract Plethico claimed as a debt. Aurobindo alleged Plethico sold Natrol to prevent creditors from uncovering the sham.
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