"Title searches on D'Angelo's manufacturing operations reveal $100 million in debt obligations to Barry Sherman through a series of companies, including Wasanda Enterprises and a numbered company that names Sherman as director."For those of you who like numbers, the following would represent a profit margin of minus-1,100 per cent:
"... for a brief period, D'Angelo Brands Inc. was publicly traded on the Nasdaq. Records show that in 2002 the company lost $4.8 million on sales of $435,000 worth of juice and iced tea and such."Well, at least the man has his music:
"...he has become infamous for some of his many public stunts, among them singing the national anthem in the style of a lounge singer at a Toronto Argonauts game to a cascade of boos from fans. He also gained some negative notoriety when he was charged in June with sexual assault, following allegations from a 21-year-old woman. The matter is still before the courts."Don't worry... that acting career is bound to work out, right? And there's the singing career too... the enduring mental image is of the ex-beer baron in the a recording studio putting all that talent on loan from God to a cover of The Touch from the original Transformers movie.
"After all is said and done, you never walk, you never run, you're a winnnnnner!"
Sure you are.
Frank D'Angelo moves upstairs at brewery (Jennifer Wells, Toronto Star)
D'Angelo sells interest... (Garry Marr, Financial Post)