Battle for Chargers’ ownership continues with lawsuit


The ongoing battle for majority control of the Los Angeles Chargers took a new turn after co-owner Dea Spanos Berberian filed a lawsuit against co-owner brothers Michael and Dean Spanos.

On Thursday, ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter reported that Berberian’s attorneys filed a lawsuit in San Joaquin County Superior Court, where she accused her brothers of “misogynistic” behavior, repeated “violations fiduciary duty” and asked the court to remove Dean Spanos from his place as co-trustee of the family trust. She also seeks damages not specified in the lawsuit.

In the filing, Berberian accuses her brothers of acting “out of their deep-seated misogynistic attitudes and sense of entitlement as family men … and of rationalizing their pitiful behavior which she says is meant to teach her that a woman has no rights, whatever any instrument of trust says.

Berberian and Spanos battle to gain majority control of Los Angeles Chargers




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