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Child Support Lawsuit Filed against Guardian Angel’s Founder Curtis Sliwa

According to a recent lawsuit that was filed by Mary Sliwa, ex-wife of Guardian Angel’s founder, Curtis Sliwa, she was scammed by him and former City Councilwoman, Melinda Katz. They scammed her out of $400,000 in an unusual child-support payment scheme. Mary continues by adding her former husband used assets from their marriage to make large payments to Melinda Katz. In addition to also cheating on her with Katz, he made those payments because he had plans to divorce her and then be with Katz. Katz would receive $96,000 every year starting from 2008. The lawsuit filed by Mary Sliwa demands $405,000 paid back to her with interest and $1 million in damages.

 

When Katz first had their child through in vitro, Sliwa had denied any physical relationship with her and stated that his sperm had been “frozen” years ago. The whole plan was to take all the marital assets from the marriage to Mary Sliwa, so that he would have it all when he joined his mistress Melinda Katz. Mary Sliwa stated that her then-husband was required to pay $1,700 a month to Katz, but instead paid $8,000 plus $1,150 to provide his mistress with a life insurance policy.

 

Now Sliwa, Katz, and their two children lives together in Forest Hills. Mary says she agreed to the payments her husband had made in order to keep the marriage together, and thought they were legitimate.

 

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