A Lamborghini Urus, an $85,000 Ford F-350, a Rolex, trips to strip clubs, and paying off a previous residential property loan is how he spent the money – your money. The party ended when he got caught. And now, according to the Associated Press, he’s off to the slammer. Price was sentenced earlier this week to 110 months in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud and money laundering.
“Mr. Price hopes that others will learn from his reckoning that there is no easy money,” Price’s lawyer wrote in an email to media outlets. “He has the balance of the 110-month sentence to reflect, repent and rebuild his misspent life.”