Miami – A man from South Florida is accused of buying a Lamborghini with a few millions of dollars accepted by the US government to help small businesses during the coronovirus epidemic.
After the prosecution announced David Haynes’ arrest on federal charges on Monday, he said he applied for federal help for the fraud, and then went shopping for himself when he was given the money.
Local 10 News of the same month ‘Christina Vazquez reported earlier this month that this is an interesting twist because COVID-19 was a hoax.
“It’s so ridiculous, I don’t know if I myself can really participate in this madness,” Hines said. “Because of this non-existent epidemic.”
He actually faced fines from the Miami police for not wearing masks. The full Local 10 story can be seen in the tweet below:
Now, federal prosecutors say the 29-year-old Hines applied for more than $ 13 million in loans from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPE) to help small businesses pay their employees, rent and bills Was established for.
Officials said Hines received close to $ 4 million, claiming to head four different companies: Unified Relocation Solutions, Promoster Movers, Cash in Holdings and We Pack Moving.
Investigators said they did not even find websites for those companies, but Hines lied about paying millions in payroll and submitted fake tax documents.
As soon as Heine was given nearly $ 4 million in debt, he started spending it. Dropped more than $ 300,000, not on its alleged companies, but on dating websites, jewelry, clothing at Miami Beach Resorts, and the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan.
The car has since been seized by authorities, along with $ 3.4 million from its bank accounts.
Local 10 News revealed that Hines is now doing art at her home to monitor her ankle. He has been charged with one count of making false statements to a financial institution and engaging in transactions in illegal income.
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