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Basketball Wives: LA Brittish “Cierrah” Williams Arrested By Feds For Identity Theft And Scamming

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Basketball Wives Star Arrested

Brittish “Cierrah” Williams, 36, had her initial appearance today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Shirley P. Mensah. Williams was indicted on September 22, 2001, with five felony charges of misuse of a social security number, four charges of bank fraud, three charges of making false statements to the IRS.

The indictment also alleges two other felony violations of the False Claims Act for personal use of government credit cards issued to her as an IRS agent.

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According to the Indictment, in 2017, Williams used false social security numbers to open a number of accounts with banks and financial institutions. The indictment states that Williams then proceeded to take out a number of loans from these businesses using these fake documents.

In 2018 and 2019, Williams deposited several checks from unknown sources into these fake accounts. Brittish “Cierrah” Williams was charged with submitting false information, including the names and social security numbers of individuals, to the IRS during tax years 2017, 2018, and 2019.

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When the IRS conducted an audit on her she submitted fake documents to the government agency. The indictment also alleges that Brittish deposited fraudulent checks into bank accounts which she controlled, and then withdrew those funds in cash before the fraudulent nature of the checks was discovered.

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