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Schumacher Denies Break-In Claims

Tuesday February 13th, 2001

Reigning World Champion Michael Schumacher has denied the reports which claimed that his lawyers have been implicated with a break-in at a talent agency.

According to Marc Schroder from the talent agency, Michael Schumacher and his management were behind the disappearance of some documents which apparently could be used against Schumacherís impersonator Frank Saasen, with whom Schumacher is embroiled in a legal battle.

"From my point of view, these accusations are totally unfounded," Schumacher said. "Everything will be cleared up soon, and I'll do everything possible to shed light on this incident."

Schumacher sued Saasen after the controversial Dutchman used his likeness as a means to make a living.

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