Ian Bick is a Danbury native who has become infamous in our city.

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The story started out great, at just 19 years old Bick was the owner/operator of Tuxedo Junction. By the time he was 21 years old, Ian Bick was a felon. He was convicted of wire fraud and money laundering in 2016, he served time in federal prison and was released in 2019.

Prosecutors say Bick lured in local investors and ended up using their money to pay for his lavish lifestyle rather than using it for concert promotion at Tuxdeo Junction. He later covered losses with new investment dollars.

Back in April of 2021, Ian Bick's story was featured in the HBO Max Docu-Series "Generation Hustle." We spoke to Ian when he was promoting the documentary, asked about his crimes and I wrote a few articles about him.

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Ian Bick
Ian Bick

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