Feds Cracking Down, Move to Seize Assets of Black Friday 11(TM)

Destiny Davis would make for an interesting character if Bravo ever does a Real Housewives of Las Vegas.

Forbes is reporting that Federal prosecutors are looking to seize homes of two members of the Black Friday 11 (BF11)TM.

In Las Vegas, NV, the government is attempting to seize a 7,200 square-foot mansion owned by for Playboy Playmate Destiny Davis (above). Davis bought the home last year for $1.5 million, is is married to BF11 defendant and alleged payment processor Chad Elie. However, to Destiny’s credit, she married Chad THE DAY AFTER he was arrest for conspiring to commit bank fraud. That’s a good women there, Chad.

Also, the Fed are reportedly looking to seize four Gardenia, CA homes owned by Full Tilt Poker CEO/co-founder Ray Bitar. Ruh-roh. Let’s hope he’s left a few less disk drives there than ObL did in AbbottabadTM.

Read the full Forbes article from Nathan Vardi here. See more of Destiny Davis in the thumbs.

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7 Responses

  1. Joe

    May 6, 2011 11:55 pm, Reply

    Once they are married, she cannot be compelled by the government to testify against him (regardless of whether they were married at the time she learned the information that would be the subject of her testimony). She could testify against him if she wanted to (he can only prevent her from testifying about things he told her during the marriage), but she can’t be forced to testify against him.

  2. Jesse Walker

    May 10, 2011 11:20 pm, Reply

    What I don’t understand is if you are one of the Black Friday 11 why would you have any substantial assets on US soil to begin with. I’m thinking the french riviera would be a good place for the “house wife”.

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