Between 2002 and 2004, Gressy, allegedly tried to build a San Francisco-based jean company called Dungarees U.S.A. When the venture ultimately fell through, everybody involved lost a bundle of money, and Gressy owed his attorneys plenty in legal fees. But when he refused to pay up, they sued him.
However, according to the lawsuit, Gressy became very violent and threatened his attorneys.
“On our about late July 2002, after Gressy threated to ‘ruin you Anolik and your firm,’ inflict serious bodily harm to Alexander Anolik by ‘sticking a 357 up your ass,’ and by harassing several employees of the Anolik firm.”
The firm proceeded with its payment requests and later sent Gressy a bill for the outstanding amount of about $31,251. The suit eventually was dismissed, but Gressy’s former attorney still holds a lien on the boytoy’s car.