An influencer known for flaunting her luxury lifestyle on social media has been accused of obtaining a pandemic relief loan to fund her first class jet-setting.
Instagram model Danielle Miller, 31, allegedly used the information of another woman to access a Covid relief fund meant for small businesses.
Authorities claim the brown haired beauty used her victim's personal information to create a bank account through the state Registry of Motor Vehicles.
She then used the same information to apply for a federally-funded Economic Injury Disaster loan, the US Attorney’s office for the District of Massachusetts claims.
Miller is said to have had over $100,000 (£70, 921) in federal money deposited into her bank account, with some of that cash spent on private flights from Florida to California.
Prosecutors claim evidence of the model's alleged fraud is readily available on her Instagram account, where she regularly posted pictures of her apparent wealth.
CBS Miami reported police also found Miller applied for over $900,000 in other business loans, using the information of other victims via the RMV
Detectives say it is not yet clear how Miller obtained access to confidential information on the RMV.
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An affidavit said: "The charge of wire fraud provides for a sentence of up to 20 years in prison, up to three years of supervised release and a fine of up to $250,000."
Miller boasts a following of over 34,000 people who regularly commented and liked snaps of her life.
Her most recent post was on April 10 and showed the model posing on a BMW M4, while others showed her tagged at luxury hotels like the Petit Ermitage in Hollywood, California.
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On the April 10 snap, cruel internet trolls have took to the site to make fun of Miller, who has not yet commented on her situation.
One wrote: "Are you driving your M4 to your court appearance?"
A second said: "How will you look in orange for the next twenty years? Probably better than now! LOL"
"Orange is the new black," a third joke, referencing the Netflix show that features life for women in prison.
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