How Lou Pearlman used Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC to lure people into massive Ponzi scheme
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Even after Lou Pearlman’s con was uncovered – and as he sat in a prison cell serving a 25-year sentence – the notorious manager of *NSYNC and Backstreet Boys wasn’t ready to give up his moneymaking ways. He started a choir behind bars and then tried launching a reality television show.

For decades, the businessman impressed investors with limo rides, flights on private jets, and paraded them by the studio where the huge stars he’d groomed were rehearsing.

How Lou Pearlman used Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC to lure people into massive Ponzi scheme

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