The Winklevoss Twins are Suing Mark Zuckerberg Again

December 13, 2010  |  2:08pm

The Winklevoss twins— affectionately referred to as “The Winklevii” in The Social Network—are reportedly seeking more cash from Mark Zuckerberg.

The twins received $65 million in a 2008 settlement over their claims that Zuckerberg stole the source code for their dating site Harvard Connection (later renamed ConnectU) and used it to create Facebook.

Sixty-five million is mere pocket change for Zuckerberg, however, and now the twins claim that Facebook’s stock was undervalued in their initial suit. Facebook currently has a net worth of roughly $6.9 billion, and the twins are seeking an unnamed sum of money. Hey, boats are expensive, folks.

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