The feign cryptic pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated burglary in tie with a paranormal fraud that ran from Aug 1, 2001 to Sep 16, 2015 during her Gina’s Psychic Studio in her hometown.
The justice listened Miller assured clients to compensate her with oppulance equipment including Rolex watches, a solid ring, a kitchen list and chairs, a 40-inch television, 9 cellphones, an Apple iPad, Louis Vuitton and Chanel handbags, dual Cadillacs and a Corvette.
Prosecutors pronounced she homed in on clients’ vulnerabilities and exploited them, by brand a problem and seeking for some-more income to “research” it before observant they were accursed and requesting some-more to mislay it.
One Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation representative went clandestine as a impending customer to benefit evidence, prosecutors said.
Recordings of her vocalization to a representative were played in court.