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Las Vegas auto shop with reality TV show claims ex-employee stole $75,000

Count’s Kustoms, a Las Vegas auto shop with a reality TV series on the History Channel, claims a former employee used more than $75,000 of the company’s money to cover personal expenses. In a lawsuit filed in March, the company accuses former employee Joseph Frontiera of using the business’ money to make a down payment on his personal Land Rover Range Rover and buy airline tickets for personal use. He also failed to pay the company’s taxes on time, resulting in an IRS penalty of about $18,000, the lawsuit claims. The hot rod and motorcycle restoration and customization company is featured in the “Counting Cars” series.

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