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Nicolas Cage’s Left Behind reboot soldiers on to the wonder and delight of of all, but ill news is afoot for the first adaptation of the series, which apparently had a video game spin-off that is now being charged of a deception most foul. Supposedly, that game’s maker, Troy Lyndon, used a massive stock sale to help his investors feel a little better about the cash he was asking for. According to Christianity Today, Lyndon “issued close to 2 billion shares to his friend, Ronald Zaucha. Lyndon claimed the money was payment for Zaucha’s consulting services, but Zaucha’s use of the money suggests otherwise. Zaucha used the stock to boost the video game company’s struggling finances by selling millions of unregistered shares in the marketplace, but gave the proceeds back to LBG.” Now, that’s a lot of financial words, but the long and short of it is, it all seems very suspicious. But according to a statement on Lyndon’s website, he’s innocent: “Fact is, I’m just a video game guy. If any violation occurred, it would never have been intentional – and certainly, never fraudulent – my attorney told me that proceeds from earned shares could be used by any shareholder for their desired purpose” …