Latitude 360 CEO faces tax fraud for Jacksonville and other centers

The founder and CEO of four defunct Latitude 360 entertainment complexes, including his first in…

The founder and CEO of four defunct Latitude 360 entertainment complexes, including his first in Jacksonville, was indicted Friday for failing to pay more than $1 million in payroll taxes to the IRS, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

Brent Brown, who opened Latitude 360 in Jacksonville in early 2011, is charged with 17 counts of failure to remit taxes withheld from employees, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. If convicted, he faces up to five years in federal prison on each count.

The indictments are the latest in a series of issues Brown faced that included the 2016 closure of Jacksonville’s facility at 10370 Philips Highway near The Avenues mall.

Bumpy past ride for Brown: Latitude 360 went on wild roller-coaster ride, fraught with lawsuits, swelling debt

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