The case looked sweet to eight rounds of lawyers. Here could be yet another Winklevoss claim that current Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg defrauded an early partner. Paul Ceglia claimed that and eight lawyers bellied up to the bar to represent him.
The problem has been that Ceglia allegedly faked the agreement which was supposed to be the evidence, reports TECH CRUNCH. The alleged scam was detected by technology. Now, instead of a windfall like the multi millions Winklevoss received, he has been accused of two kinds of fraud: wire and mail.
His eighth lawyer Dean Boland has approached the court, requesting that he can withdraw from representing Ceglia. Seven other lawyers had already dropped out.