Boeing Executive Makes An Offer On Atkinson Mansion
St. Louis Post Dispatch writes man offers $2.8 million for U.S. Fidelis founder's mansion.
According to the St. Louis Post Dispatch, a Boeing executive has made an offer of $2.8 million for the mansion built for Cory Atkinson of U.S. Fidelis.
U.S. Fidelis paid for construction on the mansion, costing the company more than $10 million. Such large purchases by Darain and Cory Atkinson are credited with helping to bring down U.S. Fidelis.
In 2010, the Atkinson brothers also handed over Darain Atkinson’s mansion and other properties to settle the suit against U.S. Fidelis. That mansion sold for $4.75 million, a fraction of the $26.7 million cost it took to build the estate.
Darain and Cory Atkinson were indicted on charges of fraud, theft and illegally selling insurance.
For our previous coverage on the Atkinson brothers and U.S. Fidelis, click here.