Deneeta Pope – Paul Ryan’s Ex-Girlfriend – Did Prison Time for Wire Fraud

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  • It turns out that Paul Ryan’s black ex-girlfriend in college, Deneeta D. Pope, was indicted by the Feds back in 1999 and spent months in prison for committing wire fraud.

    Pope was indicted by a Grand Jury in November 1999 for allegedly swindling her former employer — Ernst & Young — out of $77,000.

    Pope pled guilty in 2001 to stealing a lesser amount, but admitted she inflated expense reports, fabricated receipts and turned in phony invoices. She then used a wire transfer to move the money from a bank in Delaware to a different account in Chicago.

    Pope created the scam by claiming she attended an educational course for work.Turns outthe course didn’t even exist.

    Pope served five months in Federal Prison.

    For the record, Ryan dated Pope approximately 10 years before she was indicted. They met at Miami University of Ohio in the early 90s.

     

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    3 thoughts on “Deneeta Pope – Paul Ryan’s Ex-Girlfriend – Did Prison Time for Wire Fraud

    1. Iam with you this 50% unemployment among our teenagers$16trillion deficit, and 47 million on food stamps. Gas at $4 gallon tell me this why do gas companies need tax breaks with the record profits they are not only posting but braging about?

    2. Why bring this dirt up you are doing the same thing that white people do,,,,1999 means nothing this is 2012 Obama time……..how bout those young people being killed in chicago?

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