Over $1 million owed to L.A. Noire staff

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Following yesterday’s news that L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi is set to close its doors, new documents have revealed that the studio owed over a combined one million Australian dollars to a number of its own staff.

According to documents filed with the Australian Securities And Investments Commission, a total of $1,425,156.78 was owed altogether to creditors, with thirty-three members of staff who worked on detective crime thriller L.A. Noire, which released back in May, owed a combined $1,074,283.28.

Studio founder Brendan McNamara, who was accused of mismanagement, is claiming $102,495.16, whilst general manager Vicky Lord is owed $99,155.21.

It is however McNamara’s Depth Analysis, the firm behind the brilliant MotionScan technology first used in L.A.Noire, which is owed the most – $145,795.83. Money is also owed to other members of staff and corporate creditors.