Platinum Tony 

Anthony Hodel was a shooting star of Cleveland business -- until he was torched by the heat.

At 29, Anthony Hodel was makin' cream: the sprawling $775,000 home in Brecksville, a pen of exotic cars, à la Cribs, and a beautiful wife and daughter. The former car salesman was sitting atop the throne of one of Cleveland's fastest-growing companies,…

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