Despite what the state is alleging, 38 Studios founder Curt Schilling says all of it is "100% baseless."
In a recent New York Times interview , the former Boston Red Sox ace spoke out against the state of Rhode Island's legal action against him and his failed game development company.
He has already asked a judge to dismiss the entire case, even though Rhode Island is now facing $100 million in debt due to the bankruptcy of 38 Studios. Back in November, RI's Economic Development Corporation sued Schilling and other executives of the company for the controversial $75 million loan that brought 38 Studios from Massachusetts to Rhode Island. Things only got worse from there, as the state is now accusing the game company of 17 counts of wrongdoing, including fraud, civil conspiracy, breach of implied covenant of good faith, negligence, unjust enrichment, legal malpractice, fraudulent misrepresentations and omissions, etc.
But as you can see, Schilling doesn't agree with any of that. The question now is- Will he ever take another stab at creating games?