Governor Scott critical of $20 million paid to Textor’s failed Digital Domain

According to the Inspector General’s report, after Digital Domain and its president John Textor of Jupiter Island failed to get the favorable recommendation, he and David Brill,  former Governor Crist’s economic development director, and former Rep. Kevin Ambler, R-Tampa, took the project through the Legislature, according to The Business Journal.

“This Inspector General report shows two things – first, our current economic project vetting process is in place for a reason, and second, that process was clearly circumvented by the previous administration for the Digital Domain deal,” Scott said in a release.

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