Maroon 5’s Adam Levine was scammed for a million-dollar sum: what happened?
The singer was involved in a deceptive sale of a collector’s vehicle
By: Jean G. Fowler
Maroon 5’s Adam Levine would have been a victim of a scam
Adam Levine appears to be having a temper after he was conned by a collector car dealer out of paying a million dollars for a car he never received.
According to the New York Post, the Maroon 5 singer is an avid collector of vintage cars, so as soon as he had the opportunity to acquire one more to have in his garage, he did not miss it.
However, things did not go as expected as he traded in two of his Ferraris worth a combined $950,000 for a 1971 Maserati Ghibli and never received it, even after waiting several months.
This according to a lawsuit issued by Adam Levine’s representatives in court papers stating that the interpreter later found out that the company had already sold it without notifying him, since the authenticity serial number belongs to another owner. ; the vehicle is even said to be located in Switzerland.
After this, apparently, the Maroon 5 frontman is trying to get his money back through a lawsuit against Los Angeles dealership Rick Cole for misrepresentation and breach of contract.
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