NEW YORK, NY
David T. Hines, 29, received $ 3.9 million for his companies to support to prevent layoffs due to COVID-19, the US press reported on the statement from the Ministry of Justice.
Hines, who made a false declaration for the payments of his employees in the loan application, bought a 2020 Lamborghini Huracan vehicle worth approximately $318 thousand dollars, a few days after receiving this loan.
It was also revealed that Hines was shopping in luxury stores and staying in luxury resorts with this loan.
The luxury vehicle of Hines, which was brought to Miami Federal Court on charges of fraud, false statements and illegal transactions, seized $3.4 million in bank accounts. Arrested Hines will be able to serve up to 70 years in prison if convicted.