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Demi Moore Becomes Victim of Credit Card Fraud After Man Allegedly Spends $169,000

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Demi Moore seems to be the sufferer of a bank card fraud case.

In response to a felony grievance obtained by E! Information, David Matthew Learn allegedly used the actress’ American Categorical card to buy a minimum of $169,000 in merchandise from numerous Los Angeles shops and on-line distributors.

Surveillance video allegedly exhibits the suspect making purchases from a number of Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue areas within the Southern California space.

The grievance additionally states that David “admitted to acquiring D.M.’s bank card with out authorization and fraudulently utilizing it to make purchases at shops.”

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E! Information has reached out to Demi’s group for remark.

As for a way David allegedly obtained the bank card, the grievance claims he reported the cardboard stolen and when the brand new one was delivered via FedEx, he personally picked it up. Demi and her private assistant declare they did not make such a report or request on the time.  

In response to the grievance, David was arrested outdoors of a storage unit he had rented in early April. Los Angeles Sherriff’s Division confirms to E! Information he’s nonetheless in jail.

Popular culture followers know Demi as a Hollywood actress who had memorable roles on the large and small display screen together with Empire, G.I. Jane and Indecent Proposal.

Whereas she isn’t energetic on social media, followers can often spot the star on her daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Willis‘ Instagram accounts.

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Demi’s subsequent tasks embrace roles within the upcoming movies Love Sonia and Company Animals.

TMZ was first to report the information.

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