Diana Zolla is accused of inventing an identification theft story so as to avoid paying gambling that is online. (Image: Nj State Police)
There’s nothing newsworthy of a gambler discovering some excuse why they can’t or shouldn’t have to pay off their debts. It happens on a basis that is regular so it’s usually only the tales where millions are on the line that attract attention. But one player at New Jersey’s online casinos made waves recently by using a excuse that is unique would never fly at a live place: according to her, she ended up beingn’t the one who spent the money.
A fresh Jersey woman known as Diana Zolla was charged with theft by deception after claiming that she had been a victim of identity theft. She was making use of the story in a make an effort to avoid spending off nearly $10,000 in debt and banking charges that she had accumulated while playing at the licensed gambling that is online in the state.
Investigation Reveals Deception by Zolla
However, detectives reviewed Zolla’s records. After taking a look at banking transactions, records from the online gaming sites, and ISP documents, they came to the final outcome that Zolla created the account and was the one who spent the $9,565 in question.
Zolla, a 31-year-old woman from Jackson Township, was released, but faces a mandatory appearance in Atlantic County Superior Court.
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