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Mother steals money from school fund to pay for sex business

By Mason White 4:46 PM May 15, 2017
Jill Lynn Fiedler
Jill Lynn Fiedler
By: Emily Lewis

A woman who was trusted with students’ money, was arrested after she stole it to fund her own business.

According to court records, 38-year-old Jill Lynn Fiedler of Rosemount, Minnesota, stole more than $8,700 from a high school graduation party fund.

According to prosecutors, Fiedler transferred some money for her personal use and the rest, she used to finance her adult toys business.

Fiedler was the treasurer of the money collected by a parent group that organized a party for graduating seniors at Eastview High School.

Fiedler wrote checks to herself, made an ATM withdrawal, and transferred $4,300 to a Paypal account so she can buy the adult toys.

Fiedler worked as a contractor for Pure Romance. She bought the toys, and sold them from her home and by having people set up adult toy parties at their homes in exchange for free products.

Fiedler was charged with one count of felony theft.