“A few days ago, Apple filed a motion with the court seeking to compel Psystar to hand over financial documents pertaining to revenues, profits, purchase receipts, and invoices.,” Edible Apple reports.

“Psystar responded by saying that it wasn’t in possession of the documents sought by Apple, and that some of mentioned financial records didn’t even exist,” Edible Apple reports.

“In a somewhat dubious series of claims, Psystar asserted that a) it lost pertinent documents in a move and b) it doesn’t keep basic financial records such as profit/loss statements because they’re a relatively new and small company. Not surprisingly, the court didn’t buy what in my opinion was blatant BS and granted Apple’s motion to compel,” Edible Apple reports.

Edible Apple reports, “Psystar has until May 18 to produce [an] array of documents.”

Much more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Babakool” for the heads up.]