Zumba teacher going to jail for prostitution
Apparently, welfare fraud is just too easy. Here is a business owner with a visible business and a lot of income from a hidden business and look:
Really, shouldn't there be some investigation when people hop on the freebie train? This just doesn't make any sense. I'm all for helping those in genuine need but can't they at least try to limit the free lunch to, well, the actually hungry?Her enterprise came to an abrupt halt on Valentine's Day 2012 when a police raid led to the seizure of detailed ledgers, client lists and other evidence indicating she routinely videotaped clients without their knowledge and kept detailed records indicating she made $150,000 over an 18-month period, while collecting more than $40,000 in public assistance.