Power Rangers star Austin St. John, arrested on fraud charges

Strong warrior Star Austin St. John, arrested for fraud. In the United States, actor Austin St. Power Rangers co-star John has been arrested on suspicion of fraud involving 3.5 million. The Hollywood Reporter reported.
Jason Lee Scott, 47, was charged with conspiracy to commit fraud. The lawsuit relates to the Federal Program for Maintaining Budget Salaries during the COVID-19 epidemic.

According to investigators, 18 defendants, including Power Rangers Star, defrauded about 16 loans and several million dollars, lenders and small business administration.
As noted in the Ministry of Justice, the attackers distorted information about the “true nature” of their business, the number of employees hired, and the amount of their salaries. They have spent state funds on private purchases or invested in foreign exchange markets.

Defendant David Claudot, representing St. John, said the allegations were not evidence of guilt. “All defendants have been acquitted, and Mr. St. John strongly wants to defend himself against these charges.”

According to a Justice Department press release, Hill is accused of hiring co-conspirators to use existing business or to set up a business to submit a PPP funding application. Once registered, Moran is accused of aiding and abetting his fellow conspirators in the application documents, including forging supporting documents and submitting applications through online portals.

St. John, 47, has appeared on various Power Range shows over the years, including a guest spot on the 2020 TV show “Power Rangers Best Morpheus”. If the actor is convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison.

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