A family divorce lawyer has filed a lawsuit to get a $100-million payout from her estranged husband, who she says stole millions of dollars from her, the lawsuit filed Monday in Ontario’s Supreme Court said.
Natalie Zadrozny filed the lawsuit in Windsor, Ont., against her estranged spouse, Richard D’Aloisio, the filing said.
She also alleges she has a medical condition that prevents her from doing the type of work she does.
The suit, filed in Ontario Superior Court, said D’Aoisio’s business empire, including several property companies, is being liquidated because he is unable to provide a financial statement.
The lawsuit alleges that D’Angelo is not telling the truth about his business holdings.
In the lawsuit, Zadrosky said that in February 2017, she was working as a lawyer for the late lawyer Richard D. Aloisio and his wife, Francesco Zadrossi, at a Windsor, Ontario, law firm.
Zadrovic says she was not compensated for her services and that she was unable to attend work because she was being held in the office.
Zadrozes lawyers said she was offered a settlement that she accepted, but that she wasn’t told the amount.
She is now suing her estranged and estranged-husband for $10 million each.
The D’Agostinis sued in the spring of 2017, alleging that Zadrolzys property, businesses and assets were seized by police during an investigation of their property.
They say they were later served with an arrest warrant and the property was seized.
Police later obtained a search warrant and found D’Anoisios mobile home, his business and an estimated $10-million worth of cash, the D’Goes said.
The family also filed a counterclaim against the police alleging that the family had been wrongly charged and that Zdrosky’s attorneys had made false claims.
The D’Ilos are seeking $10.5 million in damages.