East End hotel owner Adam Manson pleads guilty in $96M Ponzi scheme

The FBI say Adam Manson and his brother-in-law siphoned money from 40 investors, including $600,000 from the Montauk Volunteer Fire Department.

Adam Manson plead guilty yesterday for his role

Adam Manson plead guilty yesterday for his role in a $96 million Ponzi scheme.

An East End hotel owner could spend five years behind bars for allegedly being involved in one of the largest investment frauds in Long Island history.

Adam Manson pleaded guilty yesterday for his role in a $96 million Ponzi scheme.

The FBI say Manson and his brother-in-law siphoned money from 40 investors, including $600,000 from the Montauk Volunteer Fire Department.

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