NFL Star Convicted of Mortgage Fraud

Irving Fryar -Miami Dolphins
Irving Fryar -Miami Dolphins

In October 2015 NFL Great Irving Fryar, who spent 16 years in the NFL, with the NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS, MIAMI DOLPHINS AND PHILADELPHIA EAGLES was convicted for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme that involved his 74-year-old mother and cost several financial institutions $1.2 million.

He was sentenced to five years for his convictions on charges of conspiracy and theft of deception. Allene McGhee, Fryar’s mother, was sentenced to three years of probation.
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Orange County RE-Max Agent Charged With Fraud

SANTA ANA – A 40-year-old real estate salesman pleaded not guilty Wednesday to multiple charges of grand theft in connection with an alleged short-sale scheme prosecutors say ripped off several Orange County homeowners of more than $1 million.

Agustin Iran Bello was a salesman for ReMax Realty working to procure homes for Jo Cal 1st Investments when he allegedly conducted the scheme from June 2010 through March 2011, according to court papers. Continue reading….

 

Reported by the Orange County Register