Medical Group Manager Gets Prison Time For Embezzling $1 Million
A former south Texas medical group office manager has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for not paying income taxes on about $1 million she embezzled. Senior U.S. District Judge John D. Rainey sentenced Gina Anzaldua Holley of Corpus Christi and ordered her to also pay $297,855 in back federal taxes.
Holley pleaded guilty to tax evasion in April. She says she stole money from her employer between 2003 and 2006.
Court records show that Holley controlled accounts payable and payroll. She allegedly used a company ATM card to make unauthorized withdrawals, wrote company checks to herself and made unauthorized transfers to her checking account.
Holley used the money to buy a house, cars, fund cosmetic surgery and take trips to Las Vegas, New York and Puerto Rico.