Ex-financial advisor Louis Blazer III was ordered to pay almost $2 million to resolve allegations that he swindled millions of dollars from a handful of professional athletes, says the SEC.

The final judgement comes 15 months after an SEC complaint alleged Blazer stole $2.35 million from five clients, some professional-athletes, then lied about the thefts when regulators came knocking.

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