Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
PHYSICAL THERAPIST FACING ADDITIONAL
HEALTH CARE FRAUD AND TAX FRAUD CHARGES
As I read the information on this case, I didn’t know what to make of it because when one is trying to provide services from their 2 separate companies to the same client the problem of intertwining businesses can get messy. I can see where owning the physical therapy company and sending a client over to your rehab and fitness company for physical training could easily appear as if it is crossing the line, but when you put into the mix false tax information, it becomes a recipe for disaster.
Today’s CrimeDiva, Danille Faux, 46, of Weston, was charged in a 54-count superseding indictment with federal health care fraud and income tax fraud offenses. [Superseding indictments – in general means, the prosecutors have already gotten an indictment against the defendant and are bringing more charges before entry of a plea of guilty to an indictment or commencement of a trial.]. Ms. Faux entered a plea of not guilty to the charges after being arrested and released on a $50,000 bond. Interesting, they usually do not require a cash bond unless they think you are a flight risk.
According to the this superseding indictment, Ms. Faux was the owner of Danielle Faux PT, LLC, and operated a physical therapy clinic and was a part owner of Achieve Rehab and Fitness, a gym located at the same address. This indictment alleges that Ms. Faux was running a scam to get funds from Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna Insurance, and Medicare by referring her clients from the physical therapy clinic to the fitness center for personal training sessions and billing those sessions as physical therapy procedures. The indictment also alleges that Ms. Faux falsified patient records and lied on her federal tax returns.
If convicted, Ms. Faux faces a maximum term of imprisonment of 10 years and a fine of up to $250,000 on each of the health care fraud counts, a maximum term of imprisonment of five years and a fine of $250,000 on the obstruction count, and a maximum term of three years and a fine of $100,000 on each of the tax counts. Keep in mind there are now 54 counts. Note: an indictment is not evidence of guilt. Charges are only allegations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
I don’t know about your knowledge and exposure to our American Legal System – but it usually works the other way around, which is; if you are indicted of charges you are considered and treated as guilty and must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you are innocent.
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