1. Hollywood Executive Charged With Fraud For Misusing Federal Paycheck Protection Program  LAist
  2. Ex-movie company executive accused of defrauding COVID-19 relief program of $1.7 million  KTLA Los Angeles
  3. Former Hollywood movie CEO charged with $30M fraud  Fox Business
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The former head of Aviron Pictures allegedly misused Paycheck Protection Program funds for personal expenses, including credit card and car loan bills.

Hollywood Executive Charged With Fraud For Misusing Federal Paycheck Protection Program: LAist

Federal prosecutors allege the former head of Aviron Pictures used a loan intended to help small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic on personal expenses, including car payments and credit card bills.

Hollywood Exec Arrested On Charges Of Misusing COVID-19 Small Business Relief Funds

The movie executive is accused of embezzling $14 million to buy a Beverly Hills home.The movie executive is accused of embezzling $14 million to buy a Beverly Hills home.

William Sadleir, 66, CEO of Aviron Pictures between 2015 and 2019, was arrested in Los Angeles on multiple counts of wire fraud and identity theft brought in Manhattan Federal Court.William Sadleir, 66, CEO of Aviron Pictures between 2015 and 2019, was arrested in Los Angeles on multiple counts of wire fraud and identity theft brought in Manhattan Federal Court.

LA film honcho filched coronavirus cash, say feds - New York Daily News

A former Hollywood studio executive has been charged with pocketing more than $1.7 million in coronavirus relief funds and using the money to pay off his credit card debt and other personal expenses, federal prosecutors said Friday.A former Hollywood studio executive has been charged with pocketing more than $1.7 million in coronavirus relief funds and using the money to pay off his credit card debt and other personal expenses, federal prosecutors said Friday.

William Sadleir, who helped found Aviron Pictures, allegedly posed as a woman at one point to carry out his scheme.A Hollywood honcho involved in such flicks as “A Private War” and “Serenity” was busted Friday for allegedly bilking investors out of millions of dollars to splurge on his Beverly Hills manse

Hollywood CEO stole millions to build manse: feds

Federal agents arrested the “recently ousted” head of a Hollywood movie production company Friday in connection with allegations he fraudulently obtained $1.7 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans last month, but then began using the funds to pay off credit card debt, a car loan and other personal expenses, prosecutors said. William Sadleir, 66, of […]Federal agents arrested the “recently ousted” head of a Hollywood movie production company Friday in connection with allegations he fraudulently obtained $1.7 million in Paycheck Protec…

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