New Jersey judge levies $84.5 million penalty on Minnesota Vikings owners Mark and Zygi Wilf
ST. PAUL -- A judge’s order that the Minnesota Vikings’ owners must pay $84.5 million to settle a lawsuit should not affect construction of a new stadium.
A New Jersey judge Monday ordered Vikings owners, brothers Zygi and Mark Wilf, and a cousin to pay that amount to former real estate partners in a 21-year-old racketeering lawsuit.
During a day-long Morristown, N.J., hearing, Judge Deanne Wilson said that the Wilfs “robbed their partners” in the 1980s’ apartment project.
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