A king’s ransom of mansions, sports cars, boats, Jet Skis, foreign bank accounts and millions of dollars in political and charitable contributions are up for seizure from disgraced Fort Lauderdale, Fla., attorney Scott Rothstein, according to a court filing Monday.

The forfeiture filing in federal court in Fort Lauderdale builds on an earlier version that listed eight Broward County properties and provides a long list of Rothstein’s personal holdings, property and equity interests in a multitude of companies, banks and restaurants. Federal authorities already have seized many of the boats, luxury vehicles and other items.

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