A source claims this 2008 Bugatti listed for sale on E-Bay for $1,225,000 belongs to Indianapolis businessman Timothy Durham. Click here to see a WISH-TV interview with Durham when he received delivery of the car. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Indianapolis originally filed a civil forfeiture action against Durham's assets but dropped the action days later without explanation. Recently, a yacht owned or once owned by Durham showed up in Turkey listed for sale at $4.78 million. A source tells me that Durham stated during a court-ordered civil mediation hearing in Grand Rapids, Michigan last week in another lawsuit against one of his companies that he could not transfer any assets without the prior approval of Winfield Ong, the Assistant U.S. Attorney who filed the original civil forfeiture action.In fact, if you click on one of the "History Report" tab on the Ebay listing you will see that the Vehicle Identification Number of the Bugatti is VF9SA25C18M795080. In the forfeiture action filed by acting U.S. Attorney Timothy Morrison and then suddenly and inexpicably dismissed, the Complaint lists the VIN number of the Bugatti owned by Durham. The numbers of the Ebay Bugatti and Durham's Bugatti listed in the forfeiture complaint match exactly.
This continues the pattern of Durham and Durham associate assets showing up to be auctioned off for cold, hard cash.