After the tumultuous March board meeting, the group met again last week, and Jaime acknowledges that Adrian and Herrera were going to buy out his shares in the company. Jaime says his previous attempts to sell to other possible investors were stymied by Herrera and Adrian. "By buying my stock they will now have a majority of the stock and the board," he notes. The group also voted to make Judy a board member.
Yet despite the apparent reconciliation, the underlying tension that led Herrera and Jaime nearly to blows remains. Indeed, Jaime announced to the board last week that he recently went out and bought a bullet-proof vest.