Canada is self-proclaimed The king of encryption Accused of defrauding investors of tens of millions of dollars in losses, he was allegedly kidnapped in the middle of the night in December, led to, and tortured for three days as he begged his homeowner for a $3 million ransom, according to news reports. Citing new filings in bankruptcy proceedings.
Amin’s 750-page report relating to bankruptcy procedures v. Aidan Peltiersky details allegations that the 20 were abducted from downtown Toronto in December.
Rob Stelzer, the bankruptcy trustee appointed in the case, told CTV News Toronto that he was informed by Toronto police that Pleterski had been kidnapped.
CTV News Toronto reported that transcripts of court examinations with Pleterski’s father and landlord provided greater detail to the allegations.
his father said in a court hearing in December. “I wasn’t one of those people he was allowed to contact.”
The owner said Pletrsky told him he had no one else to call and demanded a $3 million ransom payment.
“I got multiple calls from Aiden, but it was getting late…then around 1:30 am I finally had enough, and I took the call,” the owner told the court on February 9. , “There is absolutely nothing I can do.”
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation also reported that court documents claim that Pleterski was released after three days, but was still ordered to pay the money quickly.
We cannot confirm any information that would identification of the victim, Or a witness,” a Toronto Police spokesperson said in a statement to Fox News Digital when asked about the case.
Toronto Police He did not respond to questions about the identity of the alleged kidnappers or whether any have been arrested.
Fox News Digital has also reached out to the Ontario Provincial Police regarding the incident, but did not respond prior to publication.
The trustee’s report, released March 14, says Pletersky invested less than 2% of the more than $40 million investors gave him. Instead, he allegedly spent roughly 38%, nearly $16 million, on luxury cars, private jets and elaborate vacations, according to CTV News Toronto.