BOSTON, Aug. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Shares in AAC Holdings, Inc. ("AAC" or the "Company") (NYSE: AAC) have plunged on news of undisclosed deaths and criminal investigations at the Company's treatment facilities in California and Florida and of certain of its employees.
Jerrod Menz, AAC's President and Board member, along with two other employees and an AAC subsidiary were indicted for the wrongful death of a patient at the AAC subsidiary. News reports suggest that additional patients have died at AAC facilities which have not been disclosed to AAC investors. Menz has temporarily stepped down as President and Board member of AAC. AAC's stock price has plunged by almost 35% in mid-day trading on August 4, 2015. Block & Leviton LLP(www.blockesq.com), a Boston-based law firm representing investors nationwide, is investigating whether the Company and certain of its officers and directors have violated the federal securities law in connection with the failure to disclose the criminal investigation of its President, employees, subsidiary and of deaths at other of its facilities.
If you purchased AAC stock and have questions about your legal rights, or if you have information relevant to this investigation, please contact attorney Steven P. Harte of Block & Leviton LLP at Steven@blockesq.com. Confidentiality to any whistleblowers or other persons with information relevant to the investigation is assured.
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