Executive Assistant Stole Over $8M To Fund Lavish Lifestyle

Sonya Hesenius, an office manager/ executive assistant for a yard management services company in Alpharetta received a 6-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to wire fraud late last year. The 60-year-old, from St. Petersburg, Florida, used company credit cards for family trips, plastic surgery, and other hefty purchases. Hesenius was found to have been charging the company’s credit cards for her personal spending, then having the company reimburse her personal credit cards for the purchases she made with the company’s money. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia , her┬áspending spree included a resort wedding for her daughter that cost upwards of $172,000 and spending more than $600,000 on designer handbags and other items at Saks Fifth Avenue. She also spent over $238,000 on tickets to sporting events, including the Kentucky Derby, the Masters and the Stanley Cup finals, according to the release. office manager, executive assistant, wire fraud, saks fifth avenue, alpharetta


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