Riza’s company Red Granite Pictures Inc., which produced films including the Martin Scorsese-directed film starring DiCaprio.
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"The Wolf of Wall Street" producer and stepson of Malaysia's former prime minister pleaded not guilty Friday to laundering $248 million from a state investment fund, becoming the third person in his family charged in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal that helped end Najib Razak's government last year.The money was transferred from Swiss bank accounts of two companies U.S. investigators identified as being linked to 1MDB into Red Granite's accounts in the United States and Singapore, according to the charge sheets describing the evidence.Red Granite has paid the U.S. government $60 million to settle claims it benefited from the 1MDB scandal, and the U.S. returned the money to Malaysia.
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