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Corporate executive allows prostitute to charge $5.8 million on company credit card because he wanted to be loved

By Mason White 2:07 PM August 7, 2017
Crystal Lundberg
Crystal Lundberg
By: William Martin

(Scroll down for video) A corporate executive and a prostitute who pretended to be his girlfriend, are in trouble after they used millions of dollars of his company’s cash to pay for their lavish lifestyle, according to the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).

43-year-old Scott Kennedy, was the top executive of medical company Nemera.

Several years ago, Kennedy met 31-year-old Crystal Lundberg, who advertised sexual services on the website backpage. After hiring her for sex numerous times, Lundberg moved into Kennedy’s home.

Lundberg then began using a Nemera credit card to fund her lavish lifestyle. Eventually, Nemera caught on that Kennedy’s credit card was improperly charged around $6 million.

Kennedy was fired, and Nemera contacted the FBI. Kennedy admitted that he was duped by Lundberg. He also said that he was just looking to be loved.

Lundberg spent the millions of dollars on plastic surgery and high end jewelry. She also took luxury vacations, traveled all around the world, and hired drivers for herself and her children.

All charges were put on the company’s credit card.