Kevin Costner, Stephen Baldwin
A federal jury has dismissed Stephen Baldwin's lawsuit against Kevin Costner, The Associated Press reports.
In December 2010, Baldwin and his friend Spyridon Contogouris filed a lawsuit in a Louisiana court over securities fraud and misrepresentation, claiming that the Dances with Wolves star tricked him into selling shares of a company that has technology to separate oil from water. Baldwin said that Costner and his business partners made a lucrative deal with BP for his oil-filtration system and then bought out Baldwin's shares while keeping them in the dark about the sale to BP. Baldwin and Contogouris were seeking $17 million.
The jury deliberated for two hours Thursday before siding with Costner.
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Stephen Baldwin, Kevin Costner
Stephen Baldwin has sued Kevin Costner over securities fraud and misrepresentation, claiming that the Dances with Wolves star tricked him into selling shares of a company that has technology to separate oil from water, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In a lawsuit filed in Louisiana federal court with Spyridon Contogouris, Baldwin says that Costner and his business partners made a lucrative deal with BP for his oil-filtration system, then bought out Baldwin's and Contogouris' shares while keeping them in the dark about the sale to BP.
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