Man sues brother who falsely accused him of murder


Silvio Spallone, seen with his wife, has filed a $20 million lawsuit against his brother

A MAN is suing his own brother for $20 million – after he was falsely accused of trying to murder him.

Silvio Spallone, 55, from Manhattan, faced up to 15 years in prison when he was arrested for allegedly trying to gun down little brother, Frank, 53, in Queens.

Fortunately for Silvio, video cameras showed he was enjoying dinner with his wife in Lower Manhattan at the time of the alleged attempted hit. Now he’s really trying to whack Frank — with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.

“I was devastated. I couldn’t believe my own brother would do that to me,” Silvio told the New York Daily News. “I was in shock, to think a family member would go to this kind of extreme.”


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