Earlier this year, former NBA player Tate George was sentenced to nine years in prison for defrauding fellow athletes like Charlie Villanueva and Brevin Knight in a real estate Ponzi scheme.
Another day passed Tuesday without a sentence in the fraud case of a former NBA player convicted of running a real estate Ponzi scheme. Federal fraud sentencing drags on for former NBA player.
Former NBA player Tate George has been sentenced to nine years in prison by a federal court judge in New Jersey. The Associated Press (via ESPN.com) reported Thursday that Tate was convicted for.
Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme.
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· (CBS/AP) NEWARK, N.J. – A former NBA player has been indicted in New Jersey on federal charges he ran a more than $2 million ponzi scheme. prosecutors say C. Tate George, better known as Tate.
TRENTON, N.J. >> Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme. A federal judge in Trenton.
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TRENTON, N.J. – Former NBA player and University of Connecticut star Tate George was sentenced Thursday to nine years in prison for running a real estate Ponzi scheme. A federal judge in Trenton also ordered George to pay $2.5 million in restitution and serve three years of supervised release.
· Ex-NBA player in court over Ponzi scheme .. plus $37,500 and 2 percent of the gross on a real estate deal that was promised to yield millions more.. I’m Tate George, the former NBA player.
Former NBA player Tate George was sentenced to nine years in prison on Thursday by a federal judge in Trenton, N.J., for running a $2 million Ponzi scheme. George, who played for the New Jersey Nets.
Victims include current nba players. Tate George, a former basketball star at the University of Connecticut who spent four years in the NBA in the early-mid 90s, will spend the next nine years in prison for "orchestrating" a $2 million real estate Ponzi scheme, the Department of Justice announced last week.