Paul Ceglia arrested for alleged Facebook fraud

Investigators say the Internet entrepreneur fabricated documents to make it appear that he owned a majority share of the social networking site

For more than two years, Paul Ceglia has been waging a legal battle against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in an effort to establish himself as the majority owner of the social networking site. Now the Internet entrepreneur has a new courtroom opponent: the federal government.

Authorities arrested Ceglia on Friday and charged him with fraud for allegedly manufacturing evidence to bolster his Facebook ownership claims.

Alanna Byrne

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