After court documents pointed to New York attorney Gary B. Friedman as a “possible co-conspirator” with Keila Ravelo, a former law firm partner charged in a fraud scheme, Friedman is speaking out, stating he is not a suspect in any crime and he expects to testify at Ravelo’s upcoming criminal trial.

“I certainly feel like I got thrown in the middle of this whole shit-pot of criminal activity … not having bargained for it,” he said in an interview Wednesday. “It’s a real betrayal, I was used in a terrible way.”

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