Vince Vaughn has been involved in some far-fetched scenarios during his Hollywood career — "The Internship," anyone? — but if a screenwriter pitched him on a plot based on his family's long-running federal court woes, even he might reject it as a little too much.
First the actor's mom, Shea Vaughn, paid more than $1 million in 2006 to settle a complaint brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Now, a decade later, the star's stepfather has been found liable by a federal jury for misleading investors in a second, related case for improperly marketing a drug derived from goat blood.
Stephen Ferrone, 65, who is married to Vaughn's mother...