The indictment alleges that Mosby, 41, sought a $40,000 withdrawal from her metropolis retirement account in Could 2020, citing that she had skilled a monetary setback as a result of pandemic. Her wage that yr had in reality elevated $10,000 that yr, to $248,000.
“Mosby had not skilled opposed monetary penalties stemming from the coronavirus because of ‘being quarantined, furloughed or laid off’ or ‘having lowered work hours’ or ‘because of lack of childcare’ or ‘the closing or discount of hours of a enterprise I personal or function'”—all [prerequisites] for acquiring the mortgage, which Mosby attested to beneath penalty of perjury, the indictment says.
The indictment says Mosby acquired $36,000, which she then put towards a down cost on a rental property close to Orlando, Fla. However prosecutors say in buying that property, she lied about having a federal tax lien and falsely mentioned the property was a second dwelling, which lowered the rate of interest.
The indictment caught my eye partly due to this weblog’s previous protection of Mosby’s asking the FCC to analyze a TV station for criticizing her.