Zynga Spent $1.37 Million on Security for CEO

According to Market Watch social game developer and publisher Zynga spent around $1.37 million dollars to protects its CEO and his family from a Russian stalker named Vera Svechina and other threats. In 2011 CEO Mark Pincus filed a restraining order against the former stripper and amateur filmmaker after she allegedly visited his home on two occasions and threatened his wife and family.

Obviously now that Zynga is a publicly traded company stories like this could be seen as either good or bad, but if investors and the board of directors think it's a fair use of funds then who are we to judge?

Source: Eurogamer

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