Fashion house accuses Thor’s Joe Sitt, business partner Bert Dweck of fraud

Just like residential tenants, high-end fashion retailers expect their security deposit back when they move out. But the dollar figure has another digit or two and if the money isn’t returned, they are more likely to sue. Case in point: Yves Salomon, Joe Sitt and Bert Dweck. The retailer has accused Sitt’s Thor Equities and the landlord’s business partner Dweck of refusing to return a $360,000 security deposit after the fashion house’s lease expired at