Bolt gives SSL 10 days to return missing funds
Usain Bolt

Lawyers representing Usain Bolt have written to Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) giving the company 10 days to return millions of US dollars to him.

OBSERVER ONLINE has confirmed that the law firm of Frater, Ennis & Gordon has indicated to the Securities dealer that on October 31, 2022, the balance in Bolt's account was US$12 million plus but it has now been depleted to just over US$12,000.

According to the law firm if the full US$12 million is not paid in the next 10 days it will take civil and criminal action.

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