PORTLAND — A Maine man who founded the Rent-A-Husband home-repair company is facing new allegations of wrongdoing.

Kaile Warren was indicted in December on securities fraud, theft by deception and sale of unregistered securities for allegedly misleading investors.

The state Attorney General’s Office says a Cumberland County grand jury returned a new indictment against Warren on Friday that includes changes to the original indictment.

The Attorney General’s Office says the new allegations accuse Warren of failing to tell investors that he had previously been sued for securities fraud and that his attorney had advised him to stop selling promissory notes to new investors.

Warren has denied the charges against him.

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