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Former California Attorney Pleads Guilty to Using Investors' $8 Million to Give Herself Lavish Lifestyle

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Former California Attorney Pleads Guilty to Using Investors USD8 Million to Give Herself Lavish Lifestyle
Former California Attorney Pleads Guilty to Using Investors USD8 Million to Give Herself Lavish Lifestyle
Khushbu Kumari

Sara Jacqueline King, a former Newport Beach attorney, pleaded guilty to using investor money; King is expected to have her first court hearing on June 20.

A former California lawyer has pleaded guilty to federal felony charges after admitting she used more than $8 million from investors to pursue a lavish lifestyle, the US Department of Justice said.

Sara Jacqueline King, 39, who worked in Newport Beach, was charged with wire fraud and money laundering. The former lawyer is set to appear in court on June 20.

In a statement, the former Orange County attorney reportedly reached a plea agreement by admitting to operating Newport Beach-based King Family Lending LLC, which allegedly made loans to short-term, high-interest loans to wealthy clients such as professional athletes and celebrities.

The loans were allegedly secured by the borrowers' assets, such as luxury watches, yachts, designer handbags, and profits from Guaranteed sports contracts.

Through his company, King recruited investors from January 2022 to January 2023 to finance business loans.

King reportedly assured investors that their funds were safe at through the same collateral as the loans, which would retain possession of the items and sell them in the event a borrower defaulted on a loan to pay investors in full.

In addition, King had told investors that he would keep a percentage of the interest earned on the loan, and that investors would receive a portion of the interest along with their initial investment.

However, the former attorney never started or funded He used the investors' money to gamble in Las Vegas casinos and finance a lavish lifestyle.

Of that money, $132,156 went towards the purchase of a Porsche electric sports car Taycan.

King accepted responsibility for five investors losing more than $8 million, agreeing to $8.7 million as a restitution amount.

Despite the plea agreement, the investigation ongoing by the FBI and IRS Criminal Investigation.

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