The widow of Home Shopping Network co-founder Roy Speer wants Morgan Stanley to repay her $170 million in damages, alleging excessive trading, abuse of fiduciary duty and other charges, the firm revealed in an SEC filing.
Lynnda Speer also names Morgan advisor Ami Forte and her branch manager Terri McCoy, both of Palm Harbor, Fla., in the complaint that she filed as a representative of her late husband's estate.
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