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Filings in the suit allege drug use and debauchery at a Newport Coast home owned by Nicholas, who denies the accusations. Responding in a lawsuit pending in Orange County Superior Court, Nicholas has alleged that Kato is bound by confidentiality agreements that bar him from disclosing information about the billionaire and his businesses. Through his attorney, Nicholas has denied any wrongdoing. Nicholas, 47, co-founded Broadcom in and served as its chief executive until The construction team accused Nicholas of failing to pay millions of dollars for work performed between April and April The draft complaint, however, was attached in as a supporting document to a lawsuit against the attorney for James, James R.
Traut, by another man who sought a larger share of the settlement. There was a judgment in that case, but the outcome was not clear in court documents and attorneys involved in that case could not be reached for comment. Nicholas was not named in that case. The Times obtained the draft complaint from the Orange County Superior Court file -- and blanket denials of its allegations from the Nicholas camp -- on Tuesday.
Nicholas attorney Steven A. James could not be reached Tuesday. His lawyer, Traut, did not return repeated messages left at his Santa Ana office. Nicholas had mentioned it infrequently. Nicholas took his wife to Hawaii for a week in August while work on his secret chamber was being completed, the filing claimed. Stacey Nicholas has since filed for divorce. The draft complaint disputed that account and claimed the new construction was tied to the alleged separate underground facility being built by Nicholas.
Nicholas, in an interview with The Times last week about the Kato suit, said the allegations of drug use against him were especially absurd because he had been recognized by authorities for his efforts to boost law enforcement. About Us. Brand Publishing. Times News Platforms. Real Estate. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options. Scott Reckard and Kim Christensen.
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