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Jerry Seinfeld & Jim Carey in an episode of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” Photo: Youtube

Comedian and car enthusiast Jerry Seinfeld is facing a lawsuit from Fica Frio Ltd., which claims that Seinfeld sold it a fake Porsche. Brown Rudnick is representing the plaintiff, seeking reimbursement for the sale as well as related damages, according to a report by The Truth About Cars and others. Fica Frio alleges that it purchased the rare vehicle for $1.54 million and was later told by an expert appraiser that the car was not necessarily authentic. Meanwhile, Seinfeld, through counsel, has denied wrongdoing and called the suit meritless.

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