A Tennessee state senator was charged with using federal funds to pay for her wedding and the fund’s extravagant livelihood, prosecutors announced in a statement this week.
Sen. Katrina Robinson reportedly stole $ 600,000 between 2015 and 2019, which was given to the Institute of Health, a company she ran, according to the New York Post.
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Outside of wedding expenses, the Democratic state senator who was elected in 2018 is also accused of using money to pay for a delightful honeymoon and pay legal fees for her divorce.
Robinson also allegedly bought her daughter a 2016 Jeep Renegade, invested in a snow cone business run by her children, and paid for home renovations with money, according to federal investigators.
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She was charged with theft, embezzlement and wire fraud.
Robinson said she plans to continue serving in the state legislature “with the same integrity, the same passion I have demonstrated since you elected me to this office.”