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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz

Remember when Hillary Clinton hired former Democratic National Committee chairman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz after she was forced to resign from the DNC last year? On Monday night Wasserman Schultz’s Information technology (IT) guy, was arrested on bank fraud charges at Dulles airport while trying to flee the country to his native Pakistan.

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Kwasi Adadevoh

A Wells Fargo employee was arrested last month when an undercover police officer observed him committing bank fraud.

Marietta police urged Wells Fargo customers to check their bank accounts after Kwasi Adadevoh, 24, was arrested for using customer information to commit fraud.

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Hillary Clinton

The Clinton campaign is under fire for repeatedly overcharging the credit cards of its poorest donors.

It’s been reported that Hillary Clinton’s campaign took in over $500 million in campaign donations from her supporters. Now we know how they did it.

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Juan Diaz Romero

A man duped a Brooklyn high school into going on a spending spree after he donated a $1.5 million check that turned out to be fake.

Teachers and staffers at Brooklyn’s High School for Enterprise, Business and Technology in East Williamsburg thought they hit the Lottery when Juan Diaz Romero came calling with a $1.5 million check in November.

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Wolfe Lee Leissner Kenzo Lee Hounsou

Entrepreneur Kimora Lee Simmons posted this shot of her adorable sons, 13-month-old Wolfe Lee Leissner, left, and Kenzo Lee Hounsou, 6, on her Instagram account last week. The 41-year-old former model celebrated the grand opening of her newest KLS Boutique in Beverly Hills, CA.

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Teresa Giudice covers Us Weekly

Reality TV star Teresa Giudice posed for a family portrait behind bars at the formidable FCI Danbury prison in Danbury, Connecticut, where she is serving a 15-month sentence for wire fraud, mail fraud, and bankruptcy fraud, and other white-collar crimes.

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Apollo Nida

According to Radar Online, convicted white collar criminal Apollo Nida has become withdrawn and depressed inside his 6×9 foot prison cell at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky, where he is serving 8 years for bank fraud and identity theft.

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Apollo Nida after his conviction

Now that the federal case against Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Apollo Nida, 35, has ended in a conviction, the focus is shifting to his alleged co-conspirators — one of whom may or may not be his wife, local attorney and RHOA star Phaedra Parks.

Apollo was sentenced to 8 years in prison on Wednesday for conspiring to to commit mail, wire and bank fraud in a complex fraud scheme which spanned over four years and harmed over 50 victims.

Apollo will remain free for another 2 months. But he cannot appeal his conviction due to his plea deal.

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