Feds: Another Court-Appointed “Trustee” Is a Crook


Among the funds Tolz allegedly misappropriated was $1 million involved in the Scott Rothstein Ponzi case that she received from the U.S. Marshal’s Service. The million bucks came from a charitable contribution Rothstein gave to Holy Cross Hospital during his big-shot days.  Federal court records show that Tolz was moving money from one trust account to another in an attempt to hide her theft.  

Tolz is the second court trustee to be recently charged with stealing millions of dollars. Plantation attorney Lewis B. Freeman, who was also one of the South Florida’s most respected accountants, was sentenced to eight years in July after he was convicted for pilfering $7 million from court accounts he was appointed to protect over a period of several years.
Understand, these are the people whom our courts, in all their wisdom, have chosen to protect funds for fraud victims. What do they do? Victimize them again. Just goes to show that in Broward Town, criminality is a top-down phenomenon. 

2 comments to Feds: Another Court-Appointed “Trustee” Is a Crook

  • Hexandra Holandaze

    My older brother did the exact same thing, I found him out. Lawyer wanted to wait till he handed the money over to the new court appointed Trustee. He has not been charged yet. My lawyer will not take my calls, answer emails,letters or even certified letters. He took from me over $20,000.00 and transfered it into my other brothers so called Trust account. Big Time Fraud.

  • Ian Palmer

    Crooked trustees, I am a Canadian being charged in a so-called ponzi scheme that originated in Canada. The company moved and operated under the name LLs or little loan shoppe. Now the trustee is suing for all moneys paid out to be returned. The trustees name is Bruce Kriegmann. If you think justice will happen, you are wrong even when you have a lawyer.The court is the Washington State Eastern District Bankruptcy court. I need help from someone to stop this nightmare.

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