A New York woman admitted to stealing $2 million meant for a homeless shelter she ran and spending it at Bloomingdale's, Ferragamo, and Manolo Blahnik

A New York woman admitted to stealing $2 million meant for a homeless shelter she ran and spending it at Bloomingdale's, Ferragamo, and Manolo Blahnik

A New York woman admitted to stealing $2 million meant for a homeless shelter she ran and spending it at Bloomingdale's, Ferragamo, and Manolo Blahnik Ethel Denise Perry was the head of a nonprofit, Millennium Care, that ran a homeless shelter. Perry admitted to tax evasion and using money from the city, meant for the shelter, to go shopping. Perry must pay $1.1 million; Millennium Care must pay $2.3 million and will be dissolved. A New York woman who ran a homeless shelter in the Bronx has admitted to stealing millions meant for the nonprofit, and spending it to fund her luxury lifestyle instead. Ethel Denise Perry was the executive director at Millennium Care, a nonprofit that ran a homeless shelter in the Bronx that received $10 million in funding …
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