Bruce Willis: Settles dispute with Malaysian company
Bruce Willis now could get a sigh of relief. A Malaysian technology company has repaid 900,000 dollars to Bruce Willis after the actor has launched a lawsuit thereby demanding a refund of his investment.
Sources have thrown more light on the news of Bruce Willis. According to Martin Singer, the lawyer of Willis commented that the federal lawsuit that was filed in Los Angeles has been "amicably resolved."
The Kuala Lumpur-based Petra Group said that Bruce Willis has made an investment of 2 million dollars sometimes last year in Green Rubber, a developer of technology that use to recycle rubber in old tires.
Earlier this year Petra returned 1.1 million dollars to Bruce Willis, the star of the "Die Hard" action films earlier this year when he decided to pull out his investment. Last week Willis has sued the company to get the remaining 900,000 dollars as well as interest and other compensation.
Singer said that the initial investment has been repaid. However Willis was not given all the interest that he was supposed to get. The actor is a shareholder in the company.