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Tilton, one of the richest, self-made businesswomen in America, has vowed to fight fraud charges brought by the SEC—accusing her of failing to properly value assets using the methodology described to investors in offering documents.
"I don't know all the details obviously, [just] what I read," Cuban said on CNBC. "It's not the type of investment that changes day to day. And because it was from more than 10 years ago, did she all of sudden change how she valued things?"
In 2013, Cuban was acquitted of insider trading charges brought by the SEC.
"In my case they waited, and ... they wanted a skin on the wall," the Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank " co-host said in the "Squawk Box " interview. "It took less than five hours, of which an hour was for lunch, for the jury to decide that they were full of crap."
In a tweet Monday, CNBC's wealth reporter Robert Frank compared Tilton's situation to the Cuban case:
That sparked a tweet of advice from Cuban:
Tilton then wrote: