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Delray Beach Sports Agent Sued Over Private Plane, Owes Nearly $200,000

Boca Raton Delray Beach Florida News Palm Beach County

Charles Briscoe Represents Chris Duarte. Originally Registered Sports Business To Home In “The Bridges.”

Interior of a Gulfstream G-ISVP. (Used under creative commons license).

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A sports agent whose principal place of business is in Palm Beach County is being sued by a New York private jet company for refusing to pay nearly $200,000 in fees owed for private flights.

Charles Briscoe, who represents Indiana Pacer Chris Duarte, allegedly took several flights on private planes operated by JetSet Group of New York. But when it came to pay, Briscoe — according to the lawsuit — did not.

In the suit filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, JetSet Group claims that Briscoe owes $184,493 plus attorney’s fees, costs, and prejudgment interest. The suit says that Briscoe flew multiple times on a Gulfstream G-ISVP for approximately $35,000 for each trip. The plane’s routing was not listed in the suit. Read the individual invoices in the suit, below.

It was not immediately clear why JetSet Group continued to fly Briscoe if the company wasn’t being paid.

Briscoe’s business was registered in 2019 to a home on Sydney Harbor Lane in The Bridges in Delray Beach. The business is now registered to an address in Katy, Texas, although the Florida registration remains active with the Florida Secretary of State.

Briscoe is facing another suit, also finance-related, according to public records.

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