Earlier this month GamePolitics broke the news that media mogul and former Midway owner Sumner Redstone had been subpoenaed for a deposition by unsecured Midway creditors who suspected hanky-panky in the November sale of the Mortal Kombat publisher for a mere $100,000 last November.
According to Redstone’s subpoena, he was to be deposed in Manhattan yesterday. But attorneys for Redstone and business associate Robert Steele appeared in Bankruptcy Court in Delaware on Friday in an attempt to quash those subpoenas.
That maneuver failed, however, and the Court ruled today that Redstone’s deposition was "appropriate."
That being the case, Redstone will be deposed on Friday of this week, while Steele will give his deposition on Thursday.
The motion to quash apparently did not include Redstone’s daughter Shari, who formerly chaired Midway’s board. Shari Redstone’s deposition was scheduled for March 19th.