DRABINSKY DENIED FULL PAROLE - AGAIN

Dec 02, 2013

By Michael Kramer

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Garth Drabinsky will have to try another time  for full parole.

Today, a two-member panel could not agree  on whether the disgraced theatre mogul  should be allowed to live with his wife –  rather than at the halfway house where he has stayed on day parole since last year.

Drabinsky will have to make another pitch to a parole board panel in the coming months.

In today’s split decision, both members  raised concerns about Drabinsky’s current work as an entertainment consultant.

As part of his conditions, the ex-CEO of  now defunct Livent Incorporated is prohibited from owning or operating his own business – or managing money for any other individual, company or charity.

He and his longtime friend and business partner Myron Gottlieb were convicted in 2009 of fraud in a  book-cooking scheme that eventually led to Livent’s bankruptcy.

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