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“He made a false claim with AmEx resulting in a loss of nearly $50,000 to the company,”

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Oliver Ripley, CEO of the high-end Habitas chain that has hotels in Malibu, Namibia, Bali, and Tulum, Mexico, was charged with grand larceny and petty larceny for allegedly “making a false claim” that $48,144.42 charged to his American Express card was fraudulent, leading to the company suffering a loss in that amount, according to the complaint.


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