Former Pearl Jam Management Exec Faces Theft Charges

Rickey Charles Goodrich accused of swindling $380,000 from the band

Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam performs in Mexico City.
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June 20, 2012 9:45 AM ET

A former executive with Pearl Jam's management company has been accused of 33 accounts of theft, reports the Associated Press. Rickey Charles Goodrich, who was the chief financial officer for Curtis Management, is alleged to have swindled $380,000 from Pearl Jam from 2006 to 2010. Goodrich is accused of using company funds for personal use, like debt payments, fine dining and vacation trips. He is expected to enter an initial plea in Seattle on June 29th and faces 25 counts of first-degree theft and eight counts of second-degree theft.

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