Pot kingpin who co-founded one of the cannabis industry’s biggest companies is accused of running ILLEGAL mari – Daily Mail

Tony Huang and his holding companies are alleged to own nine properties which were used to unlawfully sell cannabis, according to the Los Angeles TimesA pending abatement suit by Compton city claimed Huang ‘is also known for his serial operations of various illegal cannabis dispensaries’.Huang denied any wrongdoing and a spokesman said he purchased investment properties that were unknowingly used as illegal cannabis dispensaries

A businessman who co-founded one of the cannabis industry’s largest companies has been linked to multiple illegal marijuana dispensaries across Los Angeles

Tony Huang, 41, and his holding companies are alleged to own nine properties that have been used as sites to unlawfully sell cannabis, according to the Los Angeles Times. 

He started Stiiizy, which grows, distributes and sells cannabis legally throughout California, in 2017 with army veteran James Kim and it has grown to generate an estimated $300 million in annual revenue.

But a pending abatement suit by Compton city claimed Huang ‘is also known for his serial operations of various illegal cannabis dispensaries’. It alleged he ‘controlled the illegal sale of marijuana from the property’ as the landlord.

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