Hollywood fortuneteller Olivia Evans was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison Monday and ordered to pay her scam victims more than $400,000. She tried to apologize and reportedly made a relatively big scene in the courtroom, saying, "I was guided in the wrong way of life, and now I reali ... More >>
St. Francis Borgia was full of it, too.Our benighted federal prosecutors are in for a bumpy ride.As of yesterday, a few of these unlucky do-gooders have been charged with the task of punishing three women arrested for performing expensive fake exorcisms. The women, who hail from Broward, are 36-y ... More >>
Cash4Gold: Hammering out the profitsHard up for dough? You might not want to be in too big a rush to send off your Rolex, your class ring, your MC Hammer-inspired gold pants, or that solid-gold golf club. Chances are that unlike Ed McMahon, you're going to be disappointed with the $11 check you g ... More >>
As the economy goes further into the tank, there's at least one guy in Broward County whose business appears to be thriving like never before: David Bogenschutz, the go-to defense attorney for ethically challenged judges, indicted politicians, and just about anyone else with a high pr ... More >>
Jimmy Sabatino scammed millions of dollars' worth of goods and services by claiming he was a Hollywood player. But the self-described Mafia kid played too rough when he threatened to kill President Clinton.