The garish couple surrendered to authorities on 39 counts of fraud and were released on $1 million bond after having their passports confiscated. According to the New York Daily News, they are accused of inflating their income on loan applications and then “hiding how well they were doing” during their bankruptcy filing.
You might remember that Joe already got in trouble for forging his business partner’s signature on a mortgage document in 2007.
The couple is facing up to 50 years in the slammer. All of America wants to see them punished but it’s sad to think of their children, who despite being the spawn of spray-tanned wildebeests have turned out pretty cool so far.
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