Impostor nurse got high-paying jobs after lying about work experience, 교육: DOJ

Impostor nurse got high-paying jobs after lying about work experience, 교육: DOJ

impostor nurse who lied about her 교육 and work experience to land a series of high-paying health care jobs has been sentenced to 65 months in prison, the Justice Department said Wednesday.

The defendant, identified as Sonja Emery, defrauded employers of more than $ 2.2 million and evaded more than $ 697,000 in taxes, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Matthew J. Schneider for the Eastern District of 미시간 발표.

Emery’s actions took place from 2011 ...에 2018, the Justice Department said.

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The defendant, who resided in four separate states and used several aliases, including “Sonja Lee Robinson,” during the scheme, told employers she held multiple master’s degrees and a doctorate from Emory and New York universities, the Justice Dept. 말했다.

Officials said she never attended the schools or received such degrees.

Emery also falsely claimed to be a registered nurse licensed in New York, 그루지야, Connecticut, and California, where she provided employers with licensure numbers that belonged to other people, the Justice Dept. 말했다.

She then used her fabrications to land a senior VP job for an Ann Arbor, 나를., health care consulting firm earning an annual salary of roughly $ 285,000, according to the Justice Dept. She later worked as a consultant for two health care-related companies in Massachusetts and Wisconsin where she was paid between $ 226,000 과 $ 267,000.

에서 2015 until 2018, Emery worked as a senior executive for a county government health services agency in California that paid her a total of roughly $ 960,000.

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During her scamming years, Emery sometimes didn’t file tax returns despite owing more than $ 400,000 in taxes, 관리들은 말했다.

She sought to avoid being detected by providing employers with different names and false Social Security numbers, by falsely instructing employers that she was ‘exemptfrom taxes, and by supplying an employer with an identification number that did not belong to her,” according to the Justice Dept.

Emery was arrested in 2018 before pleading guilty to mail fraud and tax evasion earlier this year.

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In addition to jail time, 우리. District Judge Linda V. Parker ordered her to serve three years of supervised release, and pay approximately $ 2.2 million in restitution to her former employers, 만큼 잘, $ 697,000 in restitution to the U.S.

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