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Bail Bonds, Tax Fraud and Bragging on Facebook

Thursday, July 18, 2013

tax queenThere are many ways out there to stick it to the man if that is your goal in life.  Probably the most common method is when people cheat on their taxes or just don’t pay them at all.  Now most people that decide to stick it to the man keep quiet about it…you know, hide in the shadows. The last thing they want to do is to draw attention to themselves about their illegal behavior (at this point you can probably guess where we are going next with this bail bond blog post). 

Having said all that, there is one woman in Tampa, Florida who decide to not to be quiet about her actions.  In fact, she was very proud of sticking it to the man.  So proud that she posted her success on Facebook so everyone would know that she outsmarted the system.  The woman crowned herself the “Queen of IRS Tax Fraud” and never missed an opportunity to brag about it.  Here is an example of one of her posts…

"I'm Rashia, the queen of IRS tax fraud," a post of hers on the social networking site stated. "I'm a millionaire for the record, so if U think indicting me will B easy it won't, I promise you! U need more than black and white to hold me down N that's to da rat who went N told, as if 1st lady don't have da TPD under her spell. I run Tampa right now."

According to authorities, the woman was falsely filing other peoples tax returns and taking the money for herself.  She did this to the tune of over $3 million (actually police think that number might be as high as $30 million…the woman has personally admitted to having gained at least $20 million.  Whatever the correct amount one thing is certain, if you are going to try and stick it to the man, be ready to pay the piper if you get caught and definitely don’t brag about it on Facebook.  The woman was recently sentenced to 21 years in jail.  Read the original article below.

Original article: Rashia Wilson Sentenced to 21 Years in Jail, Facebook Page Proclaimed Herself Tampa's 'Queen Of IRS Tax Fraud'

Written by: Eric Granof