72-year-old treasurer of veterans affairs steals corporation's cash to use on cam girls


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By: Feng Qian

The treasurer of a veterans affairs was arrested on a charge of larceny after being accused of stealing more than $100,000 to use on cam girls, according to police in Connecticut.

Now, 72-year-old Frederick Brown of Mansfield, has been convicted of two counts of larceny of connection with the theft at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 938 in Willington and American Legion Post 14 in Vernon.

According to the police investigation, Brown had been the treasurer of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 938 in Willington and the finance officer at the American Legion Post 14 in Vernon, when money went missing from the corporations’ bank accounts.

Brown stole $143,000 from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 938 and $12,300 from the American Legion Post 14. Brown admitted to using a substantial amount of the cash on cam girls.

The girls took the cash and in exchange, they performed sexual acts on webcams. Brown was caught after a $100 donation check by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 938, bounced.

When questioned, Brown told police that he spent the money on cam girls because it was fun. Brown is facing up to four years in prison.