The accounting firm linked to jailed former attorney Scott Rothstein claims it’s a victim of a smear campaign, it never audited the one-time power broker and has no liability in the $1.2 billion fraud for which he faces federal prison.

Berenfeld Spritzer Schecter & Sheer said it merely did the taxes for Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler and walked away when Rothstein couldn’t answer questions for the firm’s 2008 federal tax return. The law firm’s bankruptcy receiver hasn’t been able to find returns for 2007 and 2008.

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