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Aldo Gianne v. Lee Webb: Writ of Summons

Writ of Summons alleging slander in Aldo Gianne v. Lee Webb at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

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Aldo Gianne



December 20, 2011





Lee Webb


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  • GWN
    By GWNon Friday, December 30, 2011 8:52:41 AM

    Someone called Aldo a fraud? The guy who says he is Italian, has quite an accent yet does not speak a word? The guy who told people he was Aldo of Aldo's shoes? The guy who told people he owned 2 condos at the Ritz? The guy who opened a Barneys "franchise" which quickly changed names after Barneys found out? That Aldo? Really? Someone called him a fraud? Astonishing!

    • LetTheTruthBeKnown
      By LetTheTruthBeKnownon Sunday, January 1, 2012 7:48:44 PM

      I have heard story after story about this guy who's been back and forth to Cayman for years after having deserted his wife and kids in California after having filed for bankruptcy in the state of CA. Then when the wife finds him hiding in Cayman she sues his ass and all the dirt came out. this guy is a fraud and you can find him walking down WBR barefoot telling everyone (locals

      • LetTheTruthBeKnown
        By LetTheTruthBeKnownon Wednesday, January 4, 2012 10:02:47 AM

        I've met this guy Aldo in passing (who also told me he had 7 condos at the Ritz and owned a shoe store chain) . For someone who is trying to fight a guy who called him a fraud, he should try Googling his name ALDO GIANNE FRAUD and see whose name comes up first for Krys and associates who investigate fraudulent individuals. Be careful to throw stones when you live in a glass house!!

        • GODD
          By GODDon Wednesday, January 4, 2012 10:21:58 AM

          Interesting as I met him at a bar and he told me he owned 5 ritz condos and was Greek and owned the retail shoe chain Aldo Shoes. I found out afterwards it was all false but this is the kind of individual that gives Cayman a bad name!

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