(Bloomberg) -- Behind the accounting errors that knocked $4 billion off American Realty Capital Properties market value was a hidden scheme that generated more than $900 million in managers fees and bonuses, investors said in a lawsuit against the company.
Ex-Chairman Nicholas Schorsch turned a small real estate investment trust into a massive engine of payments for himself and cronies, adding $20 billion of assets in two years and charging for services rendered by 47 entities he controlled, according to court documents filed this week.
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