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Southern Goods Chef Sues His Business Partner For Fraud, Improper Use Of Funds

Plans for the duo’s new restaurant are still in the works Everything coming out of the kitchen at Southern Goods may look pretty great, but there’s some juicy legal drama brewing behind the scenes. CultureMap reports that Southern Goods executive chef and co-owner Lyle Bento has filed a lawsuit against his business partner Charles Bishop, seeking damages of $100,000. According to a petition filed in Harris County Court on October 10, Bento alleges that Bishop improperly used company funds for personal and business expenses not related to operation of the restaurant.
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