A Tennessee state senator has been accused of using federal funds to pay for her wedding and her extravagant lifestyle, prosecutors announced in a statement this week.
Senate Katrina Robinson allegedly stole $ 600,000 between 2015 and 2019, which was given to The Healthcare Institute, a company she ran, according to the New York Post.
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In addition to the wedding expenses, the state’s Democratic senator who was elected in 2018 is also tasked with using the money to pay for a big-left moon and paying the legal fees for her divorce.
Robinson allegedly bought her daughter a 2016 Jeep Renegade, invested in a child-run ice cream cone business and paid for home renovations with the money, according to federal investigators.
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She was charged with theft, robbery and wire fraud.
Robinson said she plans to continue serving in the state legislature “with the same integrity, the same passion I’ve felt since you elected me to this position.”