Three Replicas of Famous 80s Movie Cars to Be Auctioned Off
They say crime doesn't pay. That’s always true, in the end - as long as the person committing the crime gets caught. However, sometimes crime can pay off for a third party.
A good example of one person’s misfortune being another’s fortune: three replicas of famous movie cars ended up in the possession of U.S. Marshals after they were seized as part of a fraud investigation.
According to the Department of Justice, a man by the name of Ryan Sheridan billed the U.S. government millions for services provided by his drug and alcohol intervention and rehabilitation centre. Unfortunately, many of those services "were never provided, were not medically necessary, lacked proper documentation, or had other problems that made them ineligible for reimbursement."
As part of his guilty plea, Sheridan was required to pay back about $25 million. To that end, the government seized some of the man’s property and will put it up for sale. And it so happens that among that property are three replicas of some pretty well-known movie cars.
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