UPDATE: Multi Media Platforms Sued In Boston Court; Restraining Order Issued, Assets Seized
Bobby Blair’s dream to build an international media enterprise has apparently come crashing to a halt this week.
Multimedia Platforms Worldwide, the corporate flagship of the Florida Agenda, Fun Maps, and Next Magazine filed a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy petition in the U.S. District Bankruptcy Court of Southern Florida.
This week read about T.J. Osborne coming out as gay, Ginny Lemon walking out on a lip-sync battle, and out-German actors demanding more representation.
A lawsuit filed by White Winston Select Asset Funds in the Suffolk County Civil Court of Massachusetts has led to a seizure of the all of the assets and cash on hand of Multi Media Platforms Worldwide, which had promoted itself as the world’s largest gay media conglomerate.