An advisor, fired by Ameriprise earlier this year for listing herself as a client beneficiary, landed in even more hot water after she was accused by the firm of claiming she was still an employee there, according to court records.

The brokerage has filed for a temporary restraining order in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California to stop ex-employee advisor Li-Lin Hsu from saying she still works for Ameriprise, court documents show. Ameriprise also requests that confidential and proprietary information that allegedly showed up on Hsu's Facebook page be removed.

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