Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
Here’s a new one I hadn’t heard of, an online financial aid personnel forging documents to help others attend college. It really doesn’t make much sense unless there was some kind of financial kickback. In the information it didn’t indicate any, so the whole ordeal is a puzzle to me.
Nonetheless, today’s bad girl CrimeDiva, Stephanie Brown, 53, [Another middle age woman, didn’t I say they are filling up the prison with them.] of New York plead guilty to financial aid fraud.
According to the records, Ms. Brown forged and submitted fraudulent documents to the U.S. Dept. of Education on behalf of prospective students to attend an online New York college in the amount of $117,840 in 2011. [See the past catching up!] They didn’t disclose the name of the college; interesting right!
Ms. Brown will have to pay back the $117,840, faces a maximum of one year in prison; one year of supervised release; and a $25 special assessment. As I mentioned above, this doesn’t make sense unless she benefited monetary, otherwise this woman is going to prison for illegally helping others. I wonder why?
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