Former Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt has reportedly discovered that $12.7 million is missing from his account with a private investment firm in Jamaica.
A letter has already been sent to Stocks and Securities Ltd, demanding that Bolt’s money be reinstated.
Bolt’s attorney, Linton P. Gordon, provided comment on this worrying situation to The Associated Press.
“If this is true, and we are hoping it is not, then a serious act of fraud theft or a combination of both has been committed against our client,” Gordon said.
Bolt’s legal team is threatening civil and criminal action against him if his $12.7 million is not returned within the next 10 days.
Stocks & Securities Limited briefly addressed this position on its website.
“We understand that customers are eager to know more information and assure you that we are closely monitoring the matter at all necessary stages and we will alert our customers about the resolution as soon as this information becomes available. will do.”
Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Bolt announced his retirement after the 2017 World Championships.