A federal lawsuit alleges Sarah King advanced loan fraud by posing on a Las Vegas golf course with NFL quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. (Image from U.S. District Court litigation)
Newport Beach lawyers allegedly defrauded lenders of $10.2 million in 2022 to fund a lavish lifestyle including jewelry, cars, 24-hour gambling and a six-month stay at a swanky Las Vegas resort. I’m here.
British Virgin Islands-based LDR International Limited is suing Sara Jacqueline King, 39, who operates King Family Lending and is a partner at King Reuben Law Firm, for breach of contract, fraud and theft.
“King Lending engaged in a large-scale fraud against plaintiffs,” said a 33-page lawsuit filed in US District Court earlier this month.
King did not respond to calls and emails seeking comment. Her law firm in Newport Beach is believed to be no longer in business. she is not guilty.
According to the complaint, LDR International made 97 loans to King Lending for third party borrowers from January to October 2022.
The borrower’s loan was allegedly secured by collateral including luxury cars, boats, yachts, jewellery, watches, precious coins, and income from guaranteed professional sports contracts.
In both cases, King allegedly provided LDR International with proof of funding by means of false ownership documents, valuations, photographs, contracts, and checks with the borrower’s name redacted.
“Because the recipient’s name was redacted, plaintiffs were unable to verify that the funds were in fact lent to a third-party borrower,” the lawsuit states. There were no third-party borrower payments because there was no
In the lawsuit, LDR International alleges that King spent most of his loan funds on a luxurious lifestyle at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort, where he lived for six months, and gambled “24/7.”
The complaint also includes text from several emails King allegedly sent to LDR International, boasting of his success in making lucrative third-party loans.
“Finally my favorite and most secure type of loan agreement has finally arrived,” King allegedly wrote in an email dated May 14, 2022. “Loans for guaranteed sports contracts. We have a professional hockey player who has a guaranteed contract for $3 million a year. He wants to borrow $500,000 for six months. This is a major sports contract. Because of that, the maximum rate we can charge is 6%, and we are happy to give you 4% instead of 3.6% of your money, which is a win for you.”
King also sent a photo of himself on a Las Vegas golf course with NFL quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and Josh Allen to LDR International in June 2022, earning notable recognition. He showed a connection with the athlete.
Ronald Richards, a Beverly Hills attorney at LDR International, took matters into his own hands to prevent King from taking the rest of his client’s funds through gambling. and asked an employee to notify him if she was found.
“She was literally moving from one place to another,” Richards said. “I couldn’t stop her from gambling.”
Richards finally hit the jackpot when he snapped a picture of the cocktail waitress at Resorts World Las Vegas, who was allegedly victimized by King, wearing a white hat and sitting at a gaming table. Lawyers used facial recognition technology to send photos to casino security personnel to identify and locate King as he was taken from the facility.
some money recovered
Richards was able to recover the nearly $2 million worth of King that was allegedly misused. However, she has not made any additional payments, so he sees the funds as interest.
King’s ex-husband Kamran Pahlavi has since fled to Morocco to substantiate King’s allegations of fraud, the lawsuit says.
Meanwhile, King, who claims he only has $11.98 in his bank account, allegedly emailed LDR International on February 9, demanding more money so he could recover the stolen funds.
Richards said he has received several offers from questionable individuals and businesses looking to take advantage of King’s financial misconduct. offered to assume King’s $10.5 million debt on the condition that he pays
“Cases like this bring the weirdo out of the woodwork,” said Richards, who reported King to the California Bar Association. I won’t let the internet hacksters who claim to be sending a single cent to their clients.”