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According to King5.com, Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen had his identity stolen by a former solider named Brandon Price.
The FBI said former soldier Brandon Price changed the address on Allen’s bank account then told the bank he’d lost his debit card.
The bank sent Price a replacement who then tried to pay off his personal loans and make a $15,000 wire transfer.
Price is set to plead guilty to bank fraud and could get 30 years in prison.
I guess if you’re going to steal the identity of someone, at least do it to one of the richest owners in the NFL.
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