Opponents of Sacramento's arena subsidy say they have mounting evidence of secret, backdoor dealings between top city officials and the Kings' new ownership group. In a lawsuit, local attorney Patrick Soluri has alleged that the $258 million subsidy that appears on a term sheet is in fact, much higher. He says "sweeteners" were added behind-the-scenes and that a new deposition from Councilman Kevin McCarty helps proves it. "There is now clear communication from the investor group asking for a subsidy for the purchase of the Kings franchise. They clearly articulated that they felt they were overpaying for the team and that they needed the city to make up the difference," Soluri told KFBK.