New York (April 23, 2004) -- Troubles seem to keep mounting for former Enron chief executive Jeff Skilling.
Following an April 9 incident in New York where the disgraced CEO was taken to a local hospital after he allegedly accused several passersby and restaurant patrons of being undercover FBI agents, prosecutors now charge that the incident violated the terms of his $5 million bail, according to published reports.
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