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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Karen KK King

The newest member of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta was busted last night during a dramatic takedown at Club Level V in Atlanta.

According to the AJC.com, Karen “KK” King’s charges include Financial Identity Fraud, Theft By Taking, and Forgery in the First Degree.

Sound familiar?

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Constance Zellous

Constance Lakeysha Zellous is well-known to Florida law enforcement. The Orlando woman has a long rap sheet that includes multiple arrests for credit card fraud.

Orlando police busted Zealous and 7 other thugs for using stolen credit cards to purchase breast implants, liposuction, gold teeth, handbags and shoes.

Zellous is pictured above in a few of her numerous mugshots.

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Soulja Boy

Rapper-turned-reality TV star Soulja Boy might end up owing credit card companies $175,000 after he was scammed in a hoverboard chargeback scheme.

Soulja Boy hopped on the Hoverboard craze hoping to make a quick profit this Christmas season. The Atlanta rapper sold hoverboards for $1,500 each on his online store Souljaboard.com (the store now redirects to his blog).

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Shanina and Paul Aronson

Paul Aronson was a lonely octogenarian seeking company with a much younger woman. 17-year-old Shaina Foster spotted Aronson’s account on seekingarrangements.com, a website for wealthy older men looking for fun with younger gold diggers.

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Becky Siegel charged $787.33 for 2 mile cab ride

A 20-year-old college student says she was charged $787.33 for a 2-mile taxi ride to a restaurant in downtown Chicago.

According to Yahoo News, Becky Siegel, a college student from Winnetka, Illinois, hopped into a cab for the 2-mile trip to meet friends at the Sweetwater Tavern and Grille. But instead of charging her a couple of dollars, the cab driver charged her $787.33.

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Derrick Leon Henderson mugshot A former University of Georgia employee has been arrested and charged with stealing students’ personal information to obtain credit cards.

Police say 30-year-old Derrick Leon Henderson of Athens used his position in the university’s registrar’s office to help himself to information gleaned from paper records to open credit cards. Henderson is charged with 42 counts of identity fraud and 19 counts of financial card fraud, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office arrested Henderson after several UGA students filed complaints of credit card fraud. A 2nd suspect is still being sought in the case.

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Phaedra Parks

Uninformed sources are reporting that local attorney Phaedra Creonta Parks, 44, is due to appear at an upcoming disciplinary hearing to determine the status of her law license. According to my source at the Georgia bar there is no disciplinary hearing set for Ms. Parks, whose law license remains in good standing with the bar.

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Diner given wrong credit card

A Bay Area diner who was given the wrong credit card was arrested after she went on a shopping spree with the card.

Police say Jheline Demesa, 22, of Leandro, dined at at Ray’s Crab Shack at 5989 Mowry Ave., where the waitress mistakenly handed her a credit card belonging to a diner at an adjacent table. Instead of returning the card to the waitress, Demesa paid for her meal and immediately went shopping at a mall across the street from the restaurant.

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Erkes Antwon Green Mark Arum

A savvy identity thief who stole the identity of a local reporter to purchase a Mercedes was released from jail last week, the Atlanta Journal-Consitution reports.

Erkes Antwon Green, 28, (pictured left) was released from DeKalb jail on $105,000 bond on March 3, despite evidence that he stole the identities of 142 people to file bogus tax returns and purchase at least 3 luxury cars.

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