TUCSON, AZ (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Arizona’s City Limits Nightclub has been shut down, as authorities ordered the assets of City Limits Inc. to be frozen while the company’s CEO faces lawsuits by investors claiming fraud and seeking up to $30 million.
On May 9th, a Maricopa County Superior Court Judge ordered a court-appointed receiver to hold the assets of City Limits Inc. and Tucson-based Cal Productions LLC, a related concert promoter that suspended operations in March, according to the Arizona Daily Star.
City Limits CEO and Cal Productions co-manager Bradley J. Nozicka has been sued at least six times in the past year by people claiming they are owed millions by the businesses run by Nozicka and partner William J. Galyon Jr.
Nozicka has run the 550-capacity City Limits club since 2002, and has been promoting concerts for more than a decade.
Plaintiffs claim they loaned millions to Cal Productions and associated companies that promoted concerts, including one deal that supposedly involved a Garth Brooks show. The suits claim some of the promised concerts never occurred, and Cal Productions never repaid money as promised, while trying to secure new loans to repay existing debt.
In total, 10 companies related to Nozicka and Galyon have had their assets frozen until a verdict can be reached. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers