Ocala woman says she was bombarded by people wanting to rent her new home
A Connecticut man named John Marino says his wife Donna deliberately made him think he was going senile allegedly to steal his $600,000 in life savings. It’s a suspected example of the practice of “gaslighting,” or psychologically manipulating someone to question their own sanity. The Marinos have been married 12 years, and Donna goes on trial later this month on multiple larceny and forgery charges.
Did a couple fraudulently cash in on the COVID-19 testing craze? Akbar Ali Syed and his wife Aleya Siyaj founded the Center for COVID Control in December 2020. In advertisements for the centers, they noted their testing was free, available Monday through Friday and no insurance was necessary. The company reportedly made over $140 million processing COVID-19 tests. Now, after mounting complaints and lawsuits alleging fraud, the company is under investigations. Lisa Guerrero caught up with the couple.