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Ex-Fla Judge Pleads Guilty to Fed Charges of Bank Fraud Involving Home he Bought With Stripper

As a judge, one of the words you probably don’t want associated with your legacy is “stripper”, or for that matter “fraud”. Unfortunately, for Fla. Appeals Court Judge Thomas Stringer, those words will forever stick with him.

Judge Thomas Striner Sr.

Judge Thomas Stringer Sr.

By Colleen Jenkins
St. Petersburg Times
TAMPA – Former appeals Judge Thomas E. Stringer Sr. has agreed to plead guilty to a federal bank fraud charge that arose from a Hawaii home he bought with a stripper.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office charged Stringer on Thursday with fraudulently obtaining a $350,000 mortgage for the residence.

Stringer, who resigned from the 2nd District Court of Appeal in February amid questions about his financial dealings, admitted in a plea agreement that he lied on the loan application.

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