Kim Rothstein, the wife of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein, has won a three-month delay in her sentencing for a conspiracy charge so she can possibly testify in a related case.
The University of Miami has sent a blistering response to the NCAA asking for the case against the school to be dropped. UM is asking the NCAA to drop the case after repeated missteps by the collegiate governing body during the investigation of the school.
Kim Rothstein, the wife of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein, is expected in federal court Friday afternoon to change her plea to guilty for allegedly attempting to hide over $1 million in jewelry from federal authorities.
Kim Rothstein, the wife of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein, is expected to plead guilty on February 1 to attempting to hide over $1 million in jewelry from federal authorities, according to one of Rothstein’s attorney David Kotler.
Scott Rothstein faces a second round of depositions about the inner workings of his $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme that landed him in federal prison.
His nickname was the Prince of Darkness. He was seduced by “greed.” And he loved the “Rothstein lifestyle.”
Saturday’s win against South Florida made the Miami Hurricanes eligible for a post-season bowl, but those brief hopes were dashed Sunday afternoon when the University said it would not let the team be considered for a bowl game, a response to the ongoing NCAA probe of the football program.
If you’re in the market for high-ticket items like custom-made suits, expensive cigars, and signed works of art but you want them at a bargain, you’re in luck.
Former University of Miami booster, and federal convict, Nevin Shapiro said his evidence will spark the NCAA’s most severe punishment that could bring about the end of football at the University of Miami.
Federal inmate, and former South Florida Ponzi schemer, Scott Rothstein will return to Fort Lauderdale to face lawyers trying to recoup money from his now out-of-business law firm, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.