Man Claims Ex-Wife Hid Lucrative Twitter Stake, Wants Her To Pay Up


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A Brooklyn man may be having second thoughts about divorcing, and claims his ex-wife hid a stake in Twitter currently worth $10 to $50 million.

According to Stuart Strumwasser, his ex-wife Jennifer Johnson made a $10,000 to $50,000 early stage investment in the social network.

Before getting married to Stuart, Jennifer was married to Greg Kidd who just so happened to be a friend of Jack Dorsey, the creator of Twitter.

Stuart says he found out about the investment after visiting Jennifer’s LinkedIn profile, and seeing she had herself listed as a first round investor.

Currently paying $2,465 a month in child support, Stuart is suing for $120,000 plus 30 percent of the stock.

As far as Jennifer is concerned, her ex-husband is “out of his mind,” and it’s now left up to a Judge to determine if Stuart is entitled to any Twitter shares.


Mike Stenger

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