Texas Man Plead Guilty to Spending PAC Donations on Lavish Lifestyle

Updated On 10 May, 2019 Published On

A Texas man, namely Kyle Gerald Prall, 40, pleaded guilty to scamming voters out of over $540,000 using PAC donations that he used on himself to have a lavish lifestyle.

Prosecutors said that he spent the money on trips to Belize, bottle service and club dances.

He admitted that he created several political action committees in 2015 and 2016: he falsely advertised that the presidential candidates would be supported by contributions during the 2016 election.

Instead, he spent the $548,428 he made through donations on himself. Kyle pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud. 

According to the prosecutors, Kyle used fake LLCs to transfer $205,496 for personal use and managed himself to make PAC debit cards in order to pay for trips to Belize and Miami Beach, Florida.

He also spent the money on hookah, alcohol, bottle service, club dances, minibar charges, room service and more there.

Of all the donations collected, he spent $5,100 on political causes, officials said.

The suspect has not been sentenced yet but according to a part of his plea agreement, he requires to pay back all of the money.

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