Bankruptcy fraud case results in prison sentence

Diana J. Stout, a Bethesda woman, was sentenced to two years in prison, three years supervised release and $150,000 in restitution payments for bankruptcy fraud. Stout filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief in April 2010. She failed to disclose assets including an 18-karat white gold bracelet with 75 diamonds, 797 shares of stock and 2 vehicles. She sold these assets, pocketed the money and never disclosed the transfers to her Bankruptcy Trustee.

For more details about how Stout attempted to defraud the court read, “Bethesda woman gets two-year sentence for bankruptcy fraud.

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