Which ‘Friday’ Star was Charged with Fraud?

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  • "Friday” standout actor Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister, who played the notoriously-feared character, “Deebo,” in the cult flick, has agreed to plead guilty to a $3.8 million dollar mortgage fraud scheme.

    Prosecutors charged the 54-year-old actor, who has made more than 100 movies, with conspiring to buy homes he could not afford from 2005 to 2007. Lister, with help from a real estate agent, a mortgage loan officer, a bank manager, an escrow officer and an accountant, is said to have used falsified records to unlawfully acquire four homes for $5.7 million dollars; which the bank later sold at a loss of more than 2.6 million, according to a news release from the U. S. Attorney’s Office.

    Lister has been accused of submitting fake W-2 forms and pay stubs, in his applications to obtain home equity lines of credit. He faces 5-years in prison for this stunt.

    The case was investigated by the FBI and Internal Revenue Service.
     

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    8 thoughts on “Which ‘Friday’ Star was Charged with Fraud?

    1. How stupid! What’s “done in the dark will ALWAYS come to light”. Greed is the root of all evil. Whose Bright idea was this? Well, there will be 5 job openings available.

    2. he must have been drink and druggin for real!!!!! the FBI and the IRS LOL two folks you really don’t want in your business Lord have mercy He’s fried and done probably

    3. This is where I get mad you got it!!!! You have done it,,,in a big way and its still not enough….FROM A BLACK MAN ITS BLACKS LIKE THIS THAT JUST DO ME IN,,,,AND EVERYNONE ELSE THE CARES….YOU KNOW YOU GOING TO JAIL…..BLACK MAN WITH THE MONEY YOU HAVE MADE HIGH PROFILE BLACK MAN….C U IN 10…………

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