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Timothy M. Hill Jr. faces allegations of embezzling a substantial sum of money from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport's Chick-fil-A restaurant. Hill is accused of pilfering over $140,000 while working as the manager there. Getting caught for such actions is undoubtedly embarrassing, but what's even more cringe-worthy is how he allegedly spent the money.

Minnesota Man Charged With $144K Theft, OnlyFans Spending Spree

According to Bring Me The News, "The thefts unfolded over 13 months, involving the dispatch of five such emails, with the final one dated October 24, 2023."

The report outlines charges against Hill, alleging expenditures on jewelry, online gambling, and OnlyFans subscriptions. Additionally, he purportedly funneled tens of thousands of dollars via CashApp to "various individuals," including female airport workers, "in exchange for personal photographs and videos."

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Minnesota Man Charged With $144K Theft, OnlyFans Spending Spree

 

WCCO detailed how Hill is accused of doing it:

From September 2022 to October 2023, Hill allegedly gathered cash from both Chick-Fil-A and Settebello Pizzeria at MSP, both owned by the same company, and instead of depositing it in the designated safety deposit box, he pocketed the funds, according to the charges. Documents reveal that Hill utilized cash receipts to mask previous thefts, attempting to create the false impression that the deposits were merely delayed, not stolen.

Timothy M. Hill Jr. faced a grand jury indictment last Tuesday and was charged with five counts of wire fraud. Each count comes with a penalty of up to 20 years in prison which means Hill could spend the rest of his life behind bars if convicted.

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