FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2014 file photo, Tim Blixseth, left, leaves a U.S. courthouse after facing questions about his finances in Butte, Mont. Former billionaire real estate developer Blixseth has reached a $3 million settlement to resolve claims he illegally pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars from a Montana resort for the superrich.
FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2014 file photo, Tim Blixseth, left, leaves a U.S. courthouse after facing questions about his finances in Butte, Mont. Former billionaire real estate developer Blixseth has reached a $3 million settlement to resolve claims he illegally pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars from a Montana resort for the superrich. Matthew Brown, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2014 file photo, Tim Blixseth, left, leaves a U.S. courthouse after facing questions about his finances in Butte, Mont. Former billionaire real estate developer Blixseth has reached a $3 million settlement to resolve claims he illegally pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars from a Montana resort for the superrich. Matthew Brown, File AP Photo

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