Half Brother Of Dane Cook Ordered Held On $1M Bail, Accused Of Stealing Millions From Comedian - NBC4 Washington

Half Brother Of Dane Cook Ordered Held On $1M Bail, Accused Of Stealing Millions From Comedian

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    Prosecutors say Darryl McCauley, the half brother of comedian Dane Cook, stole millions of dollars from Cook while working as his business manager.

    The half brother of Dane Cook has been ordered held on $1 million bail on charges alleging he stole millions of dollars from the comedian.

    Darryl McCauley pleaded not guilty to eight counts of larceny over $250, forgery and larceny by continuous scheme. Prosecutors said at Thursday's arraignment in Middlesex Superior Court that more charges are expected.

    Prosecutors say the 43-year-old McCauley stole the money while being paid $12,500 a month to act as business manager for Cook's company, Great Dane Enterprises.

    Defense attorney Robert Goldstein said McCauley denies taking any money without his brother's consent. Goldstein, who asked for $100,000 bail, said Thursday that McCauley and Cook were "virtual partners" who together built Cook's career.

    A pretrial conference is set for April 16.

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