The Brooklyn Heights Cinema is being forced to leave its current venue by the building's new owner.
Jason Stevens will serve a minimum 3 1/3 years for grand larceny and tax evasion.
The amount Jason Stevens owes could grow to $1.8 million for 150 couples, sources said.
The agency rejected the claims because the venue's owner filed for bankruptcy.
Stevens made an agreement with the Attorney General's office to pay $1 million in restitution.
A notice on the door of reBar from the venue's landlord claims Jason Stevens owes $19,507.82 in rent.
Jilted couples who planned to wed at reBar confronted Jason Stevens at his May 22 court date.
Tyler Lindsay and Katherine Cassell continue to work with reBar couples after the venue closed abruptly.
Jason Stevens, 41, was indicted on tax evasion charges dating back to 2009, the DA said.
The Brooklyn District Attorney's office was fielding a litany of complaints, sources said.
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