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LA whore attorney is accused of blowing $10.2M of her firm's money at Las Vegas hotel over six months - and took pictures with Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes to showcase her fake 'lifestyle'

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Feb 19, 2023, 9:45:03 PM2/19/23
A Los Angeles lawyer is accused blowing $10.2 million of company
funds on her own 'extravagant lifestyle' - which included a six-
month gambling binge at the Wynn in Las Vegas.

Sara Jacqueline King, 39, is being sued by her former employer,
British based lender LDR International, for the full amount -
though the Newport Beach-based attorney alleges she now has only
$11.98 to her name after her hard-partying binge at the $300-a-
night hotel.

The 33-page suit accuses King of federal fraud, and was filed in
the California Central District court Saturday.

It contains allegations of breach of contract, fraud, and civil
theft, and includes a series of photographs that lawyers at the
lending company said were sent by King to as part of an effort
to inspire trust in her high-profile connections.

One such photo shows the young lawyer posing with notable NFL
stars Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and Josh Allen
at The Match, a high-profile golf event held at the Wynn last
summer. Another shows King's nearly emptied bank accounts.

The ugly skinny whore.


Lawyers for LDR also included emails and correspondence from
King in which she attempted to justify the 97 loans made from
January 2022 through October 2022.

King worked as an agent for LDR, facilitating loans to high-
profile clients in the United States.

According to the lawsuit, the company made loans to the
attorney's lending service – which bears her name.

Those loans were intended for third parties - high profile stars
the lawyer said she was pursuing - and were secured by various
forms of collateral put up by King, including but not limited to
luxury automobiles, boats, yachts, jewelry, watches, precious
metal coins, and the earnings from guaranteed sports contracts.

However, in reality, the suit says that no such collateral was
ever put up - and, in one step further, that King fabricated the
existence of the third-party borrowers altogether, as well as
the several six-figure deals associated with them.

The lawsuit alleges that instead, King moved into the Wynn in
Las Vegas for six months - where she allegedly 'gambled 24/7.'

Lawyers charge that King's now-ex husband has since fled the
country to Morocco, but is cooperating with them and provided
gaming records of their time at the resort.

Attorney wrote that that the fact that King's ex, who split with
the lawyer last year, substantiates their belief that King
engaged in instances of fraud against the now defunct company,
which lost its status as a finance lender in April 2022.

This means the company was unlicensed to engage in several of
the allegedly fraudulent transactions carried out by King over
the aforementioned six months.

The timeline also more or less cornices with the period King is
said to have sustained herself with the millions of dollars in
company funds.

'King spent the majority of the funds loaned by Plaintiff to
King Lending to gamble in Las Vegas, fund an extravagant
lifestyle, and for other personal uses by King,' the filing
alleges. 'Plaintiff is informed and believes that King moved
into the Wynn Las Vegas resort and hotel, lived there for six
months, and gambled 24/7.'

Lawyers for the lending service would also provide proof of the
nearly 100 short-term loans carried out by King, as well as the
high-value assets she put up to secure them - more often than
not luxury items such as designer handbags, jewelry, and a
collectible comic book valued at $25,000.

Other items allegedly made up by King included a $400,000 Tiara
F44 yacht, and a $450,000 1961 Aston Martin. Lawyers said King
has never been in possession of those things.

Additionally, the lawsuit states that several of the 97 loans
were to be backed by guaranteed contracts garnered from
professional athletes - hailing from high-profile leagues
leagues such as the NFL, MLB, NHL, and MLS.

Lawyers contend that these contracts were also fabricated by
King, who provided proof of her supposed connections to athletes
in these leagues by sending LDR staffers photos of her
schmoozing with stars and high-profile players.

One photo included in the lawsuit shows King posing with
quarterbacks Allen, Brady, Rodgers, and Super Bowl winner
Mahomes back in June, for the star-studded celebrity golf
exhibition at the Wynn Golf Club.

That photo, as well as several others, was sent 'to increase
Plaintiff's trust and confidence in King in terms of her
connections, lifestyle, and connections to high-profile athletes
as part of her fraud and scheme,' lawyers write.

Attorneys said that King has been in contact with them with
promises to pay them back - but has no money and has been
attempting to secure more loans to presumably continue to her
alleged binge.

A cooperating witness spotted King gambling at another casino on
the strip Thursday, the suit charges.

'King has recently provided evidence she only has $11.98 to her
name,' the lawsuit says. 'King, in an email sent on February 9,
2023, is still asking Plaintiff and its principal for more money
so she can try and make back the money she has stolen.

'As of February 9, 2023, King also is still sending fake deals
to the Plaintiff and or its agents. King claims she has spent
all of the funds and has no money left to her name. King also is
crossing state lines to engage in further frauds.'

A future court date has not been set. King has 20 days to file
an official response, or face a warrant for her arrest.


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