Cheryl Womack admitted to lying about two businesses she was connected to in the Cayman Islands during an investigation into a tax adviser who had done work for her and others.
Cheryl Womack admitted to lying about two businesses she was connected to in the Cayman Islands during an investigation into a tax adviser who had done work for her and others. File photo
Cheryl Womack admitted to lying about two businesses she was connected to in the Cayman Islands during an investigation into a tax adviser who had done work for her and others. File photo

Mission Hills woman sentenced to prison for lying to feds about Cayman Island businesses

July 17, 2017 02:03 PM

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