Lawsuit Claims Baltimore Orioles Ownership At War With Each Other After Accusations Of ‘Draining’ Millions Of Dollars

by ANDREW POWELL at dailycaller

What the hell is going on in the DMV?

Just recently, I blogged about the chaos that happened with Baltimore Orioles ownership on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2023, how CEO John Angelos ended up getting into a back-and-forth with a reporter.

If you don’t remember or didn’t read that piece, it was only the second time in four years that John Angelos spoke with the media, and with that being the case, reporters took advantage to ask what the deal was with the Orioles in regards to their financial situation and the rumors that they could leave Baltimore.

John Angelos wasn’t having it (and used MLK Day as the excuse after scheduling the press conference on that day in a calculated move), and it made for great entertainment for the viewer — just not the greatest look for the Angelos family after decades of already not looking good.

Well, we’ve got an update on the Angelos family and their chaotic situation with the Baltimore Orioles.

A lawsuit is claiming that Lou Angelos is accusing his brother John (and their mother) of completely “draining” the bank account of their 93-year-old father Peter Angelos. According to the allegations (which were reported by the Baltimore Sun), the account had a total of $65 million in it. However, Lou is saying that it got depleted to $400,000. It’s not exactly clear what the tens of millions of dollars were spent on, but from the looks of it, it was used on a life of luxury — mainly in the real estate department.



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