A Superior Court judge has ordered the release of information regarding the financial worth of the family who owns the Minnesota Vikings and is also accused of cheating the owners of the Rachel Gardens apartment complex out of 21 years worth of revenue, according to The Star-Ledger.
The financial disclosure will help the judge calculate the damages owed to Josef Halpern, of Brooklyn, and Ada Reichmann, of Toronto, co-owners of the Pine Brook apartments, the newspaper reported. The Wilf family attorney has argued that releasing the financial information would be an invasion of the family's privacy.
On Aug. 5, the judge ruled that the Wilf family had committed fraud and breach of contract, among other offenses, the Ledger reported. The Rachel Gardens co-owners are seeking a total of $51 million, according to the newspaper.