The Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training, which has been investigating complaints that 38 Studios LLC did not pay hundreds of workers, has suspended its probe in light of the company’s bankruptcy filing last week, a spokeswoman said. The company, founded by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, acknowledged in bankruptcy filings that it owed workers more than $2 million. But it seems unlikely workers will recoup lost pay because the company owes more than $150 million and has less than $22 million in assets.
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