California Attorney General Jerry Brown on Monday sued a Southern California lawyer for allegedly bilking desperate homeowners with troubled mortgages out of thousands of dollars.
Mitchell Roth of Sherman Oaks charged at least 2,000 homeowners substantial fees in exchange for false promises that he would help them escape foreclosure and improve their credit, Brown wrote in a complaint filed with Los Angeles County Superior Court.
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