MEDIA

July 29, 2013

Defendant In Rebecca Fraud Case Pleads Guilty To Federal Criminal Charges

Two New York Metropolitan Area newspapers have reported a conclusive criminal outcome in a case stemming from an elaborate plot to defraud backers of a musical based on Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.

In late July, Mark C. Hotton, the defendant in a civil action brought by Schlam Stone & Dolan, LLP, on behalf of the producers of the Broadway musical Rebecca, has pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud charges. Hotton admitted to creating fictitious investors and arranging a sham loan for the production, according to published reports. The civil case against Hotton and others is pending in New York State Supreme Court.

Coverage of the case can be found here: