Justice Department Probing Jeffrey Gundlach's TWC Breakup

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According to an updated federal filing on Monday, the Justice Department has taken an interest in the split between investment firm TCW Group and its former CIO, Jeffrey Gundlach. While DoubleLine has confirmed that "some employees and former employees have been interviewed by the office of the U.S. attorney in Manhattan" and TCW has confirmed it received a subpoena and was informed "it is the victim in this particular matter,” it's unclear exactly what aspect of the breakup the government is suspicious about. With so much to choose from it could be a) "the alleged theft of TCW’s information" by Gundlach, who left to start DoubleLine LLC b) whether or not government information related to a PPIP fund TCW dropped out of after Gundlach departed was "compromised" or c) if the items found in Gundlach's office after he quit/was fired constituted an unfair edge, which they very well might have. To refresh, these items included:

DVDs:
Asian Office Sluts
Weapons of Ass Destruction

(DVD's cont')
Buckets of Cum
Big Butt Backdoor Babes 3
Ass Traffic Volume 2
Evil Anal 8
Gang Bang My Face
Sloppy Hoes
Squirt In My Gape
Swallow My Pride 2
The Art of Female Ejaculation
The Bondage Nookie Court
A Trip Down Mammary Lane
Deep Inside Dirty Debutantes
Dr. Fellatio 16

Sexual Devices:
black restraining device
brown rubber penis, 6 inches
cardboard with pink and black straps for restraining
chrome penis, 6 inches, in red velvet bag
glass penis, 8 inches, in black velvet bag
glass penis, 7.5 inches, blue velvet bag with tag ‘phallic’
KY washing liquid with purple rubbing device
Sexy Slave Kit For Amazing Sex
pink and black strap restraining device
rubber penis-shaped sexual device

Drugs:
baggie containing green “brown leafy substance”
bag labeled “medical use only”
bag labeled “90210 kush”

The could want to know about any of these things.

Justice Department probes TCW fight with DoubleLine's Gundlach [LAT]

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