More "he said, she said" details spill over on to the front page of the business section.
The article quotes a former business partner who was heading up the management group looking to take over the operation as saying Cherrie's owner Ingrid Gee "has apparently walked away and left minority owners, banks, creditors and employees hanging in the lurch and she's starting a new venture using cafe resources."
Gee says it's former business partner Joe Dickey's fault for not raising promised financing. In the article, Dickey says "From the beginning, she was having financial trouble. She was given several opportunities (to get funding) and basically refused."
Previously: Cherrie's Internet Cafe gone sour
UPDATE: Metro Pulse has more. (And apparently Joe Tarr is back!)
UPDATE: Joe Powell notes inconsistencies in various press reports.
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