EXCLUSIVE: Ex-NFL star Will D. Allen – Prosecutors Demand He Be Thrown in Prison for 6.5 Years and Pay $17 Mill in Restitution

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-NFL star Will D. Allen – Prosecutors Demand He Be Thrown in Prison for 6.5 Years and Pay $17 Mill in Restitution

The Dirty can exclusively reveal ex-NFL star Will D. Allen and his Ponzi scheme caused families to be torn apart and one victim’s wife has daily crying fits over the money he stole from them and prosecutors are pointing to the victims stories demanding he be thrown in prison for 6.5 years and pay a $17 million restitution fine.

Allen and his business partner, Susan Daub, were charged with securities fraud for their massive Ponzi scheme that screwed over investors & other pro athletes … where they forged documents and took investors’ money for themselves … and he personally received over $4 million dollars.

Allen and his business partner reached a deal with prosecutors and plead guilty last month on charges of fraud, conspiracy and money laundering and will be sentenced early next year. He is out on bail until his sentencing.

Then recently, Allen headed to court to plea with the judge to not throw the book at him and only sentence him to 30 months in prison NOT the 57 months requested by the prosecution. He argued he already suffered severe consequences and is living in a hotel with his wife and 3 kids.

Recently, the prosecutors fired back at Allen’s plea for a shorten prison sentence saying they want him locked up for 78 months followed by 36 months of supervised release and a mandatory restitution fine of $16,799,722 to pay back the victims.

They included victim statements detailing the harm Allen caused their lives … one explained the scheme resulted in them not being able to pay for their daughter’s wedding and it put a strain on their relationship and no longer able to assist his elderly sick mother. Another victim’s wife is on medication due to the stress and to minimize her daily crying attacks.

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