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Feds charge Florida man with fraud for buying Lamborghini with COVID relief funds

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A Florida man was arrested and charged with fraud for buying Lamborghini sports car with Paycheck Protection Program loans, authorities say
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News video: Florida Man Arrested After Allegedly Defrauding PPP for Around $4M and Buying Lambo

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A Florida man faces charges after allegedly fraudulently securing nearly $4 million through the Paycheck Protection Program, spending part of the money on a Lamborghini. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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