Pay By Touch, the San Francisco biometrics company in the middle of a legal implosion, employs over 700 people in offices scattered across the country. Previously, we reported that the man at the top, cocaine addict CEO John Rogers, is a convicted felon. Word out of Pay By Touch, however, is that Rogers had his 1998 felony converted to a misdemeanor. Fine. Show us those papers. But either way, a new legal classification won't change what Rogers actually did to his ex-girlfriend and her property. Here are the legal documents detailing the incident so you can see for yourself. It's all there: legal threats, destroyed kitchens, and a promise to make her life a "living hell." Our source has asked us to blur the victim's name.
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