The judge overseeing the divorce case of former convenience store magnate Christy Mihos has awarded most of the couple’s remaining four million in assets to his wife Andrea.
A company owned by former Massachusetts candidate for governor and convenience store magnate Christy Mihos has filed for bankruptcy after racking up as much as $10 million in debt.
Former gubernatorial candidate Christy Mihos pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he assaulted his wife.
Christy Mihos spoke with WBZ about his new book exposing a culture of corruption connected to the Big Dig, and his recent personal issues.
Christy Mihos was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Barnstable District Court but he didn’t show up on his lawyer’s advice.
Former gubernatorial candidate Christy Mihos has been charged with assault and battery.
A clerk magistrate has heard testimony on a misdemeanor domestic assault complaint against former gubernatorial candidate and convenience store magnate Christy Mihos.
The former gubernatorial candidate owed the state $70,000 for violating campaign finance laws back in 2010. That fine wasn’t paid for until this year.
Andrea Mihos’ lawyers say Christy has blown through 25 million dollars since the sale of his convenience stores back in 2009.
According to a report, there was a heated argument between Mihos and his wife over money, prostitutes and addiction to sex.