Rhode Island on Thursday sued Curt Schilling and his bankrupt company, 38 Studios LLC, in an effort to recoup the $75 million in loans the state guaranteed to lure the video game maker from Massachusetts.

The suit, filed with the Rhode Island Superior Court, names Schilling, several 38 Studios executives, the company’s bankers and Keith Stokes, the former director of the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp., who resigned earlier this year over the 38 Studios deal.

In a detailed, 97-page complaint, the state alleged the Schilling and others engaged in financial misconduct, neglect, fraud, and conspiracy to deceive officials about the company’s prospects. The suit also alleges that Stokes, who led the Economic Development Corp. for about two years, helped mislead his board to secure the bonds for 38 Studios.

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