COVID Center for COVID Control test chain hit with lawsuit in Oregon

The nationwide coronavirus testing chain under FBI and multi-state watch was hit with a scathing lawsuit on Thursday — a lawsuit that provides new insight into alleged deceptive business practices and glaring spending by COVID company executives.

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum sued the Center for Covid Control and its lead lab, Doctors Clinical Lab, for “deceptive marketing testing services” and violations of the United States’ Unlawful Trade Practices Act. Oregon.

The lawsuit alleges that Aleya Siyaj and Akbar Ali Syed, the married couple who own the Center for COVID Control, “funneled millions of dollars received from the federal government and insurance companies to get tested,” according to the prosecutor’s office. general of Oregon.

Syed, according to the attorney general, cheekily posted photos of the couple’s purchases on social media, including a $1,360,000 mansion as well as luxury cars worth millions – including a sky blue Lamborghini, a red Lamborghini Countach , a Tesla Model Y and a Ferrari Enzo, as previously reported by USA TODAY.

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