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It was a terrible first job experience, said Moats. From a high school student to a well-known restaurateur, dozens of people say they were defrauded by Jerome. More than half a dozen people contacted the Statesman with their stories after reading an article about a state lawsuit against the former operator . Seventeen Idaho investors said in the lawsuit that they were bilked by Jerome after he persuaded them to invest in Powerhouse. The March 6 lawsuit by the Idaho Department of Finance said Jerome raised $238,500 through sham businesses and spent most of it to repay prior investors and to pay for personal desires and expenses, including his home-mortgage payments. Jerome denied the allegations and requested dismissal of the lawsuit March 30. click to find out moreInvestor videotapes manager’s eviction from Boise’s Powerhouse Event Center The Powerhouse Event Center’s owners got a court order to evict promoter Jeff Jerome in September 2016. Michael Way, an Emmett businessman who says Jerome bilked him, and others caught his eviction on video; Way is the man speaking. Way also talked to Sta Cynthia Sewell email@example.com Meanwhile, the Idaho Attorney Generals Office has received complaints showing that Jerome owed money to about 50 people or businesses, including a 75-year-old man who never got paid for doing marketing for the center in 2012. And the Idaho Department of Labor said it received 11 claims totaling $10,493 for unpaid wages from several of Jeromes Powerhouse companies between 2011 and 2016.
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