Simon Frost said his loneliness drove him to talk to the women, who scammed him over email and Skype.
James Norton, Adam Patterson, Declan Lawn and Michael Bronner told Newsweek about the things that shocked them about the crimes of Robert Freegard.
Elisa Rivera had to pay all the money back to the federal government before she stood trial on Wednesday.
A significant percentage of parents said they feel powerless to protect their kids against gamer fraud, the survey revealed.
The former CEO was banned from the pharmaceutical industry for life after raising the price of Daraprim, a lifesaving drug, by 5,000 percent.
The depositions come after the Trump family exhausted their appeals to block New York Attorney General Letitia James' subpoenas.
In her request for a new trial, Amber Heard claimed Juror 15 was 25 years younger than the age of the person who appeared on the jury summons.
Denis Vladimirovich Molla, 29, faces two counts of wire fraud. The case is ongoing.
Michele Hoskins admitted to keeping her mom's body "for the concern she would not be able to receive her disability benefits," said investigators.
Shah is facing up to 50 years in prison after she was arrested on fraud and money-laundering charges in March 2021.
Unlike Holmes, Balwani was convicted of a conspiracy count to defraud patients along with other counts.
"Every campaign I've run has been done with integrity. Make no mistake that this case is not legal, it is political," Andrew Gillum wrote in a statement.
Ernesto Cruz Graveran's company submitted roughly $4.2 million in fraudulent health care claims, authorities say.
"When you lie, cheat and steal, justice is blind as to your fame, your fortune, and your position," said FBI Special Agent Keri Farley.
Avenatti was sentenced Thursday to prison for wire fraud and aggravated identity theft for cheating his former client Stormy Daniels out of $300,000.
A special grand jury will soon begin hearing testimony into whether the former president broke the law trying to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results.
The trio carried out their scheme for around five years, which involved lying about having foreign government contracts.
Antonia Brown had worked for the state of Michigan since 2002, according to a criminal complaint obtained by Newsweek.
Former president has until May 20 to pay $110,000 and comply with subpoena or face retroactive punishment.
"I've known about this for a few years and now I compulsively give the card readers a yank before using them," a Reddit user wrote.
Sarma Melngailis (Pure Food & Wine, Lucky Duck, "Bad Vegan") talks her ex-husband, cult mentalities the documentary that took Netflix by storm.
Markquerva Lumar allegedly used customers' cards to spend thousands of dollars on online purchases.
A judge on Tuesday finalized an order for Trump to pay a daily $10,000 fine until he "complies in full" with New York Attorney General Letitia James' subpoena.
"It's a shame all those people are dead, all because of a rigged election," Trump said in an interview with Piers Morgan.
"I was already spending 18 hours of my day at Theranos," said Leona Marlene in one of a series of videos shared on TikTok.
Prosecutors are examining a report by the European Union's fraud agency accusing the far-right candidate of misusing public funds while serving in the European Parliament.
While defrauding the government, the couple showed off luxury goods in Instagram posts that are still visible online.
The proposal drew a furious reaction on social media, with one critic writing: "It's fraud and deeply stupid."
Kolfage agreed to plead guilty later this month to wire fraud conspiracy and several tax-related charges.
Craig Butfoy entered false details and fabricated his experience in his flight logbook so that he could appear more qualified.