92-Year-Old Man Adds to Sooner RV Lawsuits

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In the latest lawsuit filed in McClain County, Okla., District Court against Sooner RV’s Regina Clark and Brett Clark, a 92-year-old widower alleges the couple stole his life savings and his RV.

In the petition, Edward Johnson’s attorney states the Clarks sold Johnson an RV they had on consignment for $75,000, the Purcell Register reports.

Johnson paid $54,000 cash and the trade-in of his 1999 Pace Arrow RV covered the $21,000 difference.

According to the lawsuit, the Clarks sold the Pace Arrow, keeping the proceeds from that sale, as well as Johnson’s cash payment.

However, they refused to provide Johnson title to the RV he bought or return his $54,000.

“Defendants’ actions constituted embezzlement, fraud, breach of contract, conversion and unjust enrichment,” the petition reads.

The suit claims the Clarks’ actions were “intentional, malicious and fraudulent.”

The lawsuit, which seeks more than $75,000, brings to more than $397,800 total claims against Sooner RV and the couple.

Clark faced seven counts of embezzlement when defendants came forward in February. In March, another bondholder added another suit against the dealership.

Sooner RV has been closed since the original suit was filed. 


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