Tuesday, July 15
(Cleveland, OH) -- A chain of truck stops owned by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam will pay millions of dollars in fines. Pilot Flying J has agreed to shell out 92-million dollars after accepting responsibility for employees who cheated customers out of rebates and discounts. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam says he was unaware of the scheme, while Governor Haslam says he's not involved in the company's day-to-day operations. So far, ten Pilot Flying J employees have pleaded guilty in the case.