An internationally renowned business mogul, in an attempt to hide his assets from the law, moves 20 of his 43 vehicles from Los Angeles to Seattle and later to Miami. Only by a court order is he stopped from shipping the expensive cars out of the country and transferring titles to his “sham” company in Hong Kong.

He owes his former attorney millions of dollars, and as of press time, there is a warrant out for his arrest with bail set at $8 million—but he is nowhere to be found.

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