The Reason Why She Is In Jail For A MASSIVE Bank Deposit Will Blow Your Mind!

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A Louisiana woman experienced what for many would have been a dream come true; yet, she is now in hot water after refusing to return $1.2M that was accidentally deposited in her bank account.

Kelyn Spadoni, 33, a 911 dispatcher working for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office was taken into custody Wednesday on charges of theft valued at over $25,000, bank fraud, and illegal transmission of monetary funds, nola.com reported. The reports said she was fired by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office after her arrest.

Charles Schwab & Co made an error by depositing $1.2M in Kelyn Spadoni’s account. When Spadoni discovered the error, she moved the money to another account immediately. She quickly bought a 2021 Hyundai Genesis sport utility vehicle and a house.

Spadoni is also being sued by Charles Schwab & Co. according to reports from nola.com.

Spadoni is being sued in federal court by Charles Schwab & Co. The company has accused Spadoni of dodging their calls, text messages, and emailed attempts to recover the money. According to the lawsuit filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in New Orleans, Spadoni opened an account with Schwab in January. About a month later, the company installed an “enhancement” to the software used to transfer assets, court records said. On Feb. 23, Schwab meant to transfer $82.56 into a Fidelity Brokerage Services account also owned by Spadoni. But the company, instead, transferred $1,205,619, court records said. Staffers with the company immediately tried to stop or reclaim the transfer but couldn’t. 

“It’s not her money. She has no legal claim to that money,” Rivarde told the website. “Even if it was put in there by mistake. It was an accounting error.”

According to the lawsuit, filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in New Orleans, Spadoni opened an account with Schwab in January. About a month later, the company installed an “enhancement” to the software used to transfer assets, NOLA.com reported.

On Feb. 23, 2021, Schwab intended to transfer $82.56 into a Fidelity Brokerage Services account owned by Spadoni. But instead, the company transferred $1,205,619, according to court records. Staffers with the company immediately tried to stop or reclaim the transfer, but were unable to, NOLA.com reported.

Spadoni is being held at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center, the television station reported. Bail was set at $50,000.

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Sources: 100percentfedup, Nola, The guardian, Fox 13

2 thoughts on “The Reason Why She Is In Jail For A MASSIVE Bank Deposit Will Blow Your Mind!

  1. Sorry about your luck, Ms. Spadoni, but you’re going to the Big House. Avoid it by returning the money and turning over the assets you illegally bought back to Schwab… then you’ll end up with probation. They got you dead to rights. It’s not your money, and YOU KNEW IT!

  2. You should have allowed Schwab to reclaim the money but first made sure the deposit went on your credit score. This would have made it easier to get loans on the car and house, and as long as you made the payments on time no harm no foul.

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