Gastonia woman confesses to using COVID relief loans for cosmetic surgery

Gastonia woman confesses to using COVID relief loans for cosmetic surgery

A Gastonia woman has pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining business loans intended for COVID-19 relief and using the funds for personal expenses. The U.S. District Attorney’s Office in Charlotte stated that Kelly Bree Mosley, 48, admitted in court to misusing approximately $125,000 of PPP and EIDL loans for bills, foreign currency investments, and plastic surgery, including liposuction. Mosley acquired the loans by submitting applications for a fictitious event planning business and in her own name, providing false information such as gross revenues, payroll expenses, number of employees, and operational costs. She certified under penalty of perjury that the details were accurate when submitting the applications.

It was reported by WCNC that Mosley was charged with fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 relief loans for personal use. The U.S. District Attorney’s Office in Charlotte disclosed that she pleaded guilty in court to using around $125,000 of PPP and EIDL funds for personal expenses. Mosley acquired the loans by submitting applications for a fake event planning business and with her own name, providing false information about revenues, payroll expenses, number of employees, and operational costs. She falsely claimed that the information was true under oath.

WCNC reported that a Gastonia woman has been sentenced for fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 relief business loans and using the funds for personal purposes. The U.S. District Attorney’s Office in Charlotte revealed that Kelly Bree Mosley, 48, confessed in court that she misused approximately $125,000 of PPP and EIDL loans for bills, foreign currency investments, and plastic surgery that included liposuction. Mosley received the loans by submitting applications for a fake event planning business and in her own name, providing fictitious details about gross revenues, payroll expenses, number of employees, and operational costs. She declared under penalty of perjury that the information was legitimate when submitting the applications.

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