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Bikini model busted in $2.6M ID theft scam

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https://www.torontosun.com/2016/04/...m_medium=recommend-button&utm_campaign=Bikini model busted in $2.6M ID theft scam

A blond bikini model and her boyfriend lived large, while assuming other people's identities, racking up $2.6 million to fund expensive trips and shopping binges, according to U.S. cops.
Patricia Perez-Gonzalez, 26, and her boyfriend, Alberto Companioni, 31, face charges of grand larceny and identity theft.
New York police say the Miami-based couple used the IDs of 40 people -- mostly seniors -- to open American Express credit card accounts.
Then Perez-Gonzalez -- who regularly posts racy photos of herself on her Twitter feed -- and her boyfriend apparently went to town.
Manhattan's district attorney's office allege that since 2014, the pair took expensive trips to New York, California and Hawaii. They shopped at high-end stores such as Burberry, Hermes and Louis Vuitton, and partied like rock stars at top clubs.
"Across the country, the defendants spared no expense while enjoying the use of credits cards opened in their victims' names and inflicting damage on their credit," DA Cyrus Vance Jr. said in a release.
Some of the clothing was resold through Perez-Gonzalez's online shop Le Fashion Wheels, according to the DA's office.
The couple also bought Apple electronics with their fraudulent credit cards and resold those overseas.
Search warrants at the couple's Miami home uncovered dozens of credit cards in victims' names, forged identification and licences, a credit card encoder, blank credit cards, as well as merchandise bought with the fraudulent cards, including a Rolex watch, racing bikes, ski gear, Chanel bags, and other designer clothing and accessories, the New York DA office said.
Perez-Gonzalez regularly submitted sexy photos of herself to Maxim magazine's Twitter feed #HotPicAtNoon.
 
Joined Jan 7, 2010
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Fat ass

Thick thighs

Small tits

Bad Hair dye job

Imperfect Eyebrows

Would not bang

2/10 :NoNoNo:
 
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Fat ass

Thick thighs

Small tits

Bad Hair dye job

Imperfect Eyebrows

Would not bang

2/10 :NoNoNo:


you wouldn't have to worry, I'm sure she wouldn't offer, lol.:)

It is a shame, especially for the seniors ripped off. Anyone who takes advantage of senior citizens is the lowest of the low.
 
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