bankruptcy fraud

Jenny L.  Parks-Smith, a 42-year-old woman from West Frankfort, was found guilty of bankruptcy fraud and sentenced to a year of probation, according to an official statement by Donald S. Boyce, the legal representative from the United States Department of Justice. Parks-Smith initially filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy through a bankruptcy court in Benton. Parks-Smith […]

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The bankruptcy fraud sentencing of Abby Lee Miller has been rescheduled from Oct. 11 to Dec.  2. Pittsburgh federal prosecutors and Miller’s lawyer asked the federal court to postpone the sentence pending a federal appeals court decision on a comparable bankruptcy fraud case that would probably influence her sentencing. The “Dance Moms” star has pleaded […]

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Former CEO and president of Southeastern Stud & Components in Montgomery was found guilty of falsifying statements to a bankruptcy court on how was able to pay off his gambling debt, which was $100,000. Kennon Whaley is facing six years imprisonment for lying to the court.  His company’s sales in 2005 were over $34 million […]

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A couple from Missouri has been charged with bankruptcy fraud for concealing assets and making false statements in their bankruptcy petition. Mung Nguyen, 53, and David Nguyen, 60, are residents of O’Fallon, Missouri, who sought for bankruptcy protection in March 2015, yet bought expensive home furnishings and goods, clothing, jewelry and bags while they prepared […]

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50 Cent filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2015.  As the rapper’s filed case is about to reach a settlement, 50 Cent got himself into trouble again as he posted images of him surrounded with stacks of cash.  This called the attention of Judge Ann Nevins. The rapper’s lawyers efficiently created an argument against the […]

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Anthony Green, a managing member of a garbage collection company called T-Green Carting, has admitted in court that he embezzled funds during the company’s bankruptcy restructuring. He pleaded guilty before Hartford District Judge Michael P.  Shea. Green is slated to face the federal judge once more on April 29.  He could face a five-year imprisonment, […]

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Despite Abby Miller’s legal problems, she and the “Dance Moms” cast have filmed season 6 of the Lifetime reality show.  Abby’s indictment is reportedly a major plot on the forthcoming episodes. Abby Lee Miller could end up in jail for 5 years and pay $250,000 in penalties, according to reports.  She has been charged 20 […]

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Abby Lee Miller, best known for her reality show, titled ‘Dance Moms’ was recently charged of 20 counts of fraud of bankruptcy.  Miller will render five years in prison and is obliged to pay a five million fine.  Portraying a tough cookie on the reality show “Dance Moms,” Miller is frightened to know the possible […]

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Daryl and Wendy Yurek, a couple from Littleton has been indicted by a federal grand jury for income tax evasion and bankruptcy fraud.  The couple, both 60 years old, can face up to five years in prison and pay fines up to $250,000. The couple were partners in a firm named Bolder Venture.  Daryl Yurek […]

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While watching her hit show “Dance Moms”, the judge of Abby Lee Miller’s bankruptcy case realized that the she might have committed bankruptcy fraud.  Miller has been indicted on bankruptcy-fraud charges due to concealing her income from her show’s earnings. Miller has stated that her show is for the sole purpose of publicity and no […]

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