A Virginia woman has been arrested for embezzling more than $93,000 of her employer in a wedding gown, butt lift and wedding planner for her big day.
(Stafford County Sheriff’s Office.)
There is nothing wrong with pulling out all the stops to ensure you look your absolute best on your wedding day — within the limits of the law, of course.
A Virginia woman has been arrested for embezzling more than $93,000 of her employer to pay for a wedding gown, a butt lift and a wedding planner for her big day.
Vanessa Cline, Stafford, was arrested and charged last week for embezzling the hefty sum of No Boundaries Construction, where she worked as a bookkeeper, WTVR reported.
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According to the outlet, the 32-year-old woman had paid for a $25,000 wedding planner, $7,200 butt lift surgery Elite Plastic Surgery of Miami, and a $2,000 wedding gown with the help of the credit card.
The 32-year-old woman had allegedly paid for a $25,000 wedding planner, $7,200 butt lift surgery Elite Plastic Surgery of Miami, and a $2,000 wedding dress on the credit card of the company.
Cline also wrote five forged checks for nearly $10,000, and other unauthorized purchases include airline tickets, an ATV, furniture, clothing and much more, according to a press release from the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office.
The owner of No Limits Construction caught wind of the fraud by officials with the credit card company called to relay the news that the account due to lack of payment.
At her arrest, authorities charged Cline with five counts each of embezzlement, forgery and uttering.
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Coincidentally, Cline was hired by the construction company to be replaced by an accountant who had pled guilty to embezzling around $150,000 from January 2016 to January 2018, the sheriff’s office said.
The bride has since been booked in Rappahannock Regional Jail on an $8,000 bond — just a little more than the cost of her ill-fated butt lift.
It remains unclear at this time if the woman is eventually tied the knot for her arrest.
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