Power Rangers’ AustinSt John Charged in COVID Fraud Case

Power Rangers' Austin St. John Charged in COVID Fraud Case

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A previous hero has actually supposedly broken the law.

According to the Department of Justice, 47- year-old AustinSt John, the star who notoriously played the red Power Ranger in the hit ’90 s reveal, has actually been charged for supposedly participating in a scams plan that raked in $3.5 million initially implied for small companies that had a hard time throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

St John– whose legal name is Jason Lawrence Geiger– was among 18 people who were arraigned by a federal grand jury May 12, per the DOJ news release.

The star and the others charged are declared to have actually utilized malfunctioning details when they made an application for and gotten Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, which were used to assist small companies survive throughout the pandemic.

“On the applications, the defendants are alleged to have misrepresented material information such as the true nature of their business, the number of employees, and the amount of payroll,” the press release read. “Based on these product misstatements, the [Small Business Administration] and other banks authorized and released loans to the offenders.”

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