The rich already have enough problems without Richard Lewis Ludwig.  Besides having a name that sounds like he should be a famous composer or something, the millionaire dentist has also just been busted on credit card theft and forgery charges.

This, after he was caught buying pizzas using someone else's credit card...naughty, naughty.

NBC Miami, quoting from the Orlando Sentinel reports:

Police say Harrun Majeed, a military veteran now studying at a community college, had dropped the credit card in a Publix parking lot. He realized he'd dropped it when he got home and he called to cancel it.

The credit card company said the card had been used at a pizzeria in the same shopping plaza as the Publix, and Majeed called the police.

They apprehended the suspect and the pizzas at the same location.  Pizza bill-$40.  Amount in doc's wallet-$250.  The laughs and "wow" factor from this story-priceless!

When asked if he was having money problems, Ludwig stated, "Absolutely not," and said "his net worth was between $3 million and $4 million" dollars.

Read the article, here.

And that's the "tooth."  Nice "brush" with the law.  Think the good dentist should "brace" himself for what comes next.  Oh, I've got a million of 'em...too bad they're not dollars.