Tobey Maguire's attorney believes the star did nothing wrong in a poker match against Bradley Ruderman, which the 'Spider-Man' actor is being sued for.
Tobey Maguire has denied any wrong doing in a poker case.
Robert Barta, attorney for the 'SPIDER-MAN' star - who is being sued for more than $300,000 by a group of investors who claim hedge fund manager Bradley Ruderman squandered $300,000 of their money to the actor during The Games - denies Tobey did anything wrong in The Matches.
But he said if a court rules Tobey has to pay back his winnings he should be credited for nearly $170,000 he lost to Ruderman.
Ruderman lost $25 million of investor money on Texas Hold 'Em poker matches held at upscale Beverly Hills hotels and is currently sentenced to 10 years in prison.
The lawsuit had revealed: "As part of the scheme, funds invested in [Ruderman] were transferred to persons such as defendant [Maguire] who received the funds on account of Ruderman's gambling losses and on account of defendant's gambling winnings."