Fights are starting to erupt among bankruptcy creditors victimized by swindler Scott Rothstein’s Ponzi scheme.

Two weeks after the deadline for victims to file claims against Rothstein’s defunct law firm in his $1.2 billion fraud, the largest single creditor — Ira Sochet Inter Vivos Revocable Trust — requested an extension Tuesday from U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Raymond Ray.

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