Lou Pearlman Scam

I think Lou Pearlman liked boys, especially boy bands.. He made his music groups call him BIG POPPA. That’s a little creepy to begin with. The story about this creepshow was that he conned hundreds of millions of dollars from the wealthy and his bands. Like every other crook, he had big houses, cars and 58 companies. He would take potential investors backstage to meet the bands. Investors were usually impressed and sign-up for his scam. I wonder what else was going on backstage.

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