Attorney Found in Contempt for Interfering With Receiver for 'Sloppy Tuna'
A Long Island lawyer has been found in civil contempt for repeated interference with a receiver appointed to run The Sloppy Tuna, a sometimes-wild beachfront nightspot that has helped transform Montauk into a party destination.
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