Belinda Stronach

Stronach family feud continues with daughter’s countersuit The Canadian billionaires owns several horse race tracks in California, Florida

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Belinda Stronach, former Magna International CEO, has filed a countersuit against her father Frank Stronach — the latest episode in a complex and highly expensive family feud.

In October, the elder Stronach filed a 73-page lawsuit against his daughter and other family members for $400上海贵族宝贝交流区

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million, claiming they mismanaged the family’s assets and limited his control.

The Canadian family built an empire off manufacturing auto parts. The Stronach 上海千花网

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Group, a Magna-related company, own prime real estate in California and Florida.

Belinda Stronach is now fighting back, seeking $25 million from her father in damages, Bloomberg reported. The amount includes funds that were “gifted” to her father for his political campaign in his native Austria and a tax settlement with the Austrian government.

In the countersuit, the former CEO says she was trying to prevent her father from “idiosyncratic and often unprofitable projects” that would hurt the family’s fortune. Frank Stronach spent about $850 million on failed “passion projects,” including two bronze statues of a Pegasus horse that cost $55 million, according to statements provided by a vision of The Stronach 阿爱上海同城

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Group.

The company owns top race tracks such as Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California; Gulfstream R爱上海同城论坛

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acing Park and Casino in Hallandale Beach, Florida; and Pimlico in Baltimore. They also own a cattle ranch in Florida. [Bloomberg] Natalie Hoberman

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