Orlando, FL – Linda Deavers, age 61, of Indiana, was sentenced to six years and six months in federal prison for wire fraud and money laundering. In addition, US District Judge Anne C. Conway , ordered Deavers to pay over $3.5 million in restitution and three years of supervised release following her time in prison.
At trial, evidence showed that Deaver’s scheme involved a purported 501 C 3 charitable organization, Angel Annie Humanitarian Trust, LLC, that supposedly would generate large rates of return due to connections she had in Europe. These representations were false and enabled Deavers to raise over $5 million from Florida investors.
She returned $1.8 million to investors and spent the rest on a lavish lifestyle.
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