Bankrupt and controversy-laden pizza chain The Upper Crust has suddenly closed "most of its restaurants" and said goodbye to 140 employees, says the Globe. The closed locations will stay closed unless they "can get a cash infusion in the next few days." Of sixteen locations throughout New England and in D.C., eleven are now closed. The end of the chain has long seemed apparent, but this latest development happened all at once and could spell a finishing blow to the company. Earlier today, a general manager for the Brookline location said that nothing was out of the ordinary, which is true in a sense, since drama has become the norm for The Upper Crust.