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Stanley Marsh 3 denies recent round of sex abuse allegations

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Amarillo, TX - Amarillo millionaire Stanley Marsh 3 is once again denying allegations by two men who accuse him in a lawsuit of sexually molesting them as teens.

On Thursday, Marsh's attorneys responded to the October 1st, formally denying allegations that he abused the two men and tried to cover it up.

In February, Marsh settled lawsuits from 10 teens who accused him of paying them for sex acts.

He's also facing criminal charges alleging he sexually abused six teenagers.

If convicted on the criminal charges, 75-year-old Marsh faces up to 20 years in prison. His attorneys also deny those allegations.

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