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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has sued th former president of the National Graduate School of Quality Management over his pay and benefits, including a Caribbean timeshare, The Boston Globe reported. The lawsuit charges that Robert J. Gee, the former president, gave himself a $152,175 bonus in 2009, and created false documents to make it look like his board had approved the funds. The suit -- which seeks to force Gee to repay millions -- says that much of his compensation was inappropriate. A lawyer for Gee said that he would defend himself, and that all pay and benefits were approved by his board.