Joseph Imbesi (middle) and Doug Rudolph (bottom right) are engaged in a vicious feud over a $1.15 million check (top right). The money stems from the land that became the Oceana Bal Harbour (left).
Joseph Imbesi (middle) and Doug Rudolph (bottom right) are engaged in a vicious feud over a $1.15 million check (top right). The money stems from the land that became the Oceana Bal Harbour (left). Adrian Ruhi aruhi@miamiherald.com
Joseph Imbesi (middle) and Doug Rudolph (bottom right) are engaged in a vicious feud over a $1.15 million check (top right). The money stems from the land that became the Oceana Bal Harbour (left). Adrian Ruhi aruhi@miamiherald.com

Liar! Bully! $1.15 million extortion claim rocks rich Florida town

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