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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

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Costner's technology company made $$$s from BP's investment

New Orleans - (Crude Business): Last month the Field of Dreams actor was dragged in to a sleazy Brit peer-smear tart's Sunday Smoke 'N' Mirrors sex rant.

This week Kevin Costner faces The Usual Suspects star Stephen Baldwin in the New Orleans federal court over share sale duping allegations.

These involve an oil and water separation technology company set up by Costner, as reported in The Spoof by queen mudder last year.

Costner, described by a feeble-brained London slag as one of the inspirational loves of her life, is accused of misleading Baldwin into the share sale of Ocean Therapy Solutions stock.

The lawsuit claims Baldwin - recently described as 'a born-again evangelist with God on his side' - was duped into the sale just as troubled super major BP was about to invest over £31m in the company.

Baldwin and his curiously named co-accuser Spyridon Contogouris are demanding damages of $4 million and $10 million respectively.

Costner is seeking the lawsuit's dismissal on the grounds it is entirely spurious.

His alleged one-time relationship with desperate London wannabe Birgit Cunningham has also been described as a bad joke.

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