TRACY JEDLICKI WILL THEN FACE THREE YEARS OF SUPERVISED RELEASED…
JUDGE: SHE MUST STOP USING CREDIT CARDS IMMEDIATELY.
BY: SEVEN BRIDGES BUREAU | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Fraudster Tracy Jedlicki, who pleaded guilty to her role in running an international boiler room scam that stole money from victims worldwide, will spend nearly three years in prison and then another three years under supervised released. Her home, in the gated community of Seven Bridges, is in the process of being confiscated by the United States Department of Justice. A federal judge also ordered to her to pay $3,244,592 in restitution.
Jedlicki, her ex-husband, and several others took part in a “boiler room” scam, according to federal prosecutors. She ultimately entered a guilty plea. Her ex-husband Jeffrey, previously convicted in another unrelated federal case, has been held since the indictment was unsealed.
Tracy Jedlicki is the latest Seven Bridges Delray Beach homeowner to head to what’s referred to as “Cell Block 7B.” The community, just six years old, has sent at least three people to federal prison for unrelated scams and schemes. Another case is pending. it is believed that the United States Government is the largest property owner in the community of million dollar homes.
Federal Prosecutors requested a reduced sentence due to Tracy Jedlicki’s assistance in prosecuting others involved with the “boiler room.” She could have been sentenced to 38 months in prison. She must report to the Bureau of Prisons by noon on September 19th, 2022. She is expected to be committed to a low security federal prison in or near South Florida.
The minutes from sentencing, which took place Thursday morning, reveal the federal judge ordered her to stop using credit cards immediately and to provide DNA to the department of justice. She is also subject to random drug testing. Read the minutes, below.
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