Exclusive: This man went to jail rather than pay his ex-wife $10 million in epic divorce battle

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On Nov. 18, 2010, Cox put Barbara in front of a judge in Guelph, Ont., seeking a Mareva injunction — a court order freezing Brian’s assets so he couldn’t move or dispose of his millions before it was determined who got what in the divorce. Also, based on Barbara’s evidence that Brian had a laptop he carried everywhere, Cox argued he needed to see what was on that computer to learn the extent of Brian’s assets. It was argued “ex parte,” meaning Brian had no hint of the request until a sheriff and private investigator hired by Cox showed up at his office that same day and took his laptop.

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