The allegations are contained in a wrongful termination lawsuit filed
The lawsuit also names as defendants Rajaratnam's wife,
Rajaratnam, founder of the
Malaszuk was Rajaratnam's driver for 15 years and the caretaker of his
He alleges that during visits to his boss in prison, the onetime billionaire gave him names and contact information for the family members of about 20 other inmates at the facility who were to receive money.
The lawsuit cites a 2013
The prison's public information officer did not immediately return a message Wednesday seeking comment.
Malaszuk alleges he lost his job after complaining to Rajaratnam that he didn't want to jeopardize his own freedom by conducting illegal transactions for him.
Rajaratnam is scheduled to be released from prison in 2021. In his criminal case, he was fined
His conviction was among more than two dozen in a case the government touted at the time as the biggest insider trading prosecution in history.
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