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According to The Daily Mail, a former Atlanta assistant city attorney who also hosted a life coaching podcast received a seven-year jail sentence for getting COVID relief loans worth about $15 million.

The story claims that Shelitha Robertson, 62, bought a Rolls Royce, a motorcycle, and a ring made of ten-carat diamonds with the money she obtained unlawfully. Through the PPP, a stimulus program designed to aid struggling businesses during the covid pandemic, she was able to collect an enormous sum of money.

“I prefer integrity over all else it entails.” Selling your soul to the devil is not my choice.

Robertson discussed the value of working hard and maintaining “integrity” on her daughter’s “Mommy & Me” podcast a few weeks before her incarceration, according to the report.

It doesn’t seem like Robertson followed her own counsel, though. During the COVID era, she made her money by lying and filing numerous fake loan applications, stating she needed the money to support the four businesses she operated.

According to a second source, Robertson even gave her co-conspirator, Chandra Norton, and family members some of the money.

“Growing out of avarice, Robertson fraudulently acquired monies intended to offer immediate financial support to struggling small enterprises amidst the COVID-19 outbreak,” stated U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Buchanan. “In collaboration with our police partners, we will continue to prosecute offenders who stole funds intended for pandemic relief.”

In October, Robertson answered a question on how she could respond if given the chance to become wealthy rapidly, and someone asked if she would rather live a life of integrity or poverty.

“I chose honesty and everything it entails. Selling your soul to the devil is not my choice. This implies that I am willing to minimize and denigrate myself, but for what purpose? Robertson spoke, even though she understood the DOJ was already investigating her.

Robertson continued, “More to me than making a quick profit for me to be someone that I’m not, is how my kids see and appreciate me.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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