Two years after attorney Scott Rothstein’s Ponzi scheme exploded on the scene, investors’ frustration boiled over in bankruptcy court Monday.

William Scherer, who represents unsecured creditors who claim they lost $165 million in the settlement financing fraud, accused the bankruptcy trustee for Rothstein’s defunct law firm of excessively billing the estate for professional fees and filing litigation “against everyone and everything.”

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