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Former LEC producer to not pass Go, nor to collect $200 05 Dec, 2005, 17:15 / 2 comments

Idle Thumbs reports that Shelley Day, who co-founded the companies Cavedog and Humungous Entertainment with Ron Gilbert, has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for forging bank documents in order to secure large loans. You might recall Day's name on the credits of some older LucasArts adventures; she served as producer on games like Loom, Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge, and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis before venturing with Gilbert to start on their own. The District Judge has denied the request to defer the sentence until April so that Day could continue work on a potentially profitable in-development children's game (I'm not sure what developer she's currently part of).

Oops.

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  • Remi O on 05 Dec, 2005, 17:37…
    In other news, Ronzo has run the country.

    Oh, I am such the kidder!
  • itchythesamurai on 07 Dec, 2005, 00:58…
    Yay for clever title!