Metro Detroit: Newsmakers March 18, 2010

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Detroit News:

A five-page lawsuit that could spell more trouble for former broadcaster Fanchon Stinger and her ex-boyfriend, Rayford Jackson, a Detroit businessman convicted in the Synagro Technologies sludge scandal. Motorcyclist David Sugg sued both last week for at least $25,000 over a May 2007 car crash. The lawsuit claims Jackson was driving a 2006 Ferrari that swerved in a "violent manner" and struck Sugg's 2002 Honda motorcycle on Interstate 696 near I-75. Sugg claims he lost control of the bike and flew to the ground at highway speed. Sugg is suing Stinger, a former WJBK-Fox 2 personality, because she was the registered owner of the sports car... Paper Chase: Ex-TV broadcaster sued by motorcyclist (Thu, 3/18)

 


 

Detroit Free Press:

Former Fox 2 broadcaster Fanchon Stinger had a fast Ferrari. And she let her ex-boyfriend and convicted felon Rayford Jackson tool around in it. So says a five-page personal injury lawsuit filed recently against Stinger and Jackson in Oakland County Circuit Court by a man who claims Jackson was driving the car registered to Stinger when he crashed into his 2002 Honda motorcycle on May 19, 2007... Stinger faces lawsuit after ex's 2007 crash in Ferrari (Thu, 3/18)

 

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