Oooops! Word at the booking desk, Sleazebag so-called money-making machine Lamor Whitehead is in trouble, and it’s FBI trouble. They picked his ass up on FRAUD, FRAUD, AND MO FRAUD…Chileeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York announced Whitehead’s arrest Monday morning.
According to a federal indictment, the so-called Bishop in the Lord’s Church was arrested and charged with “defrauding one of his parishioners out of part of her retirement savings, attempting to extort and defraud a businessman, and lying to the FBI.”
The U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said Bishop Whitehead abused his parishioner, bullied a businessman, and lied to the federal agents.
“As we alleged today, Lamor Whitehead abused the trust placed in him by a parishioner, bullied a businessman for $5,000, then tried to defraud him of far more than that, and then lied to federal agents. His campaign of fraud and deceit stops now.”
FBI Assistant Director Michael J. Driscoll said: “As we allege today, Whitehead carried out several duplicitous schemes in order to receive funds from his victims. Additionally, when speaking with authorities, Whitehead consciously chose to mislead and lie to them. If you are willing to attempt to obtain funds through false promises or threats, the FBI will ensure that you are made to face the consequences for your actions in our criminal justice system.”
Bishop Lamor Whitehead is the pastor of Leaders of Tomorrow International Ministries in Brooklyn. The federal indictment alleged that Lamor Whitehead “engaged in the course of conduct in which he sought money and other things of value from victims on the basis of either threats or false promises that the victims’ investment would benefit the victims financially.”
Federal agents said Whitehead induced one of his church members to invest approximately $90,000 of her retirement savings with him, but instead, he used her money and spent it on luxury goods and other personal purposes. Whitehead is also said to have extorted a businessman for $5,000, then tried to convince that man to lend him $500,000 and give him a stake in certain real estate transactions in return for favorable actions from the New York City government.
Bishop Lamor Whitehead was arrested Monday morning at his home in Paramus, New Jersey, and was charged with two counts of wire fraud, one count of extortion, and one count of making material false statements.
READ Lamor Whitehead’s INDICTMENT BELOW:
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On the bottom of page two it states: “At the direction of law enforcement, Victim-2 made the payment to WHITEHEAD.” Is this saying that the NYC POLICE DEPARTMENT assisted Whitehead in defrauding Victim-2 by applying threats of retaliation or force towards Victim-2? These are damnable allegations if the NYC police department helped Whitehead accomplish his fraudulent activities. If I was Victim-2, I would also be suing the City of New York for that.
Police had victim go through with giving pastor the money in order to build more of a case.
That is not what the indictment states. On the bottom of page 5 the indictment states: “WHITEHEAD used threats of force to attempt to obtain $5,000 from a business located in part in the Bronx, New York and owned by Victim-2.” What were these threats of force? Did Whitehead send police officers to Victim-2’s place of business to threaten Victim-2 to hand over the $5,000? That is what it sounds like. What other threats of force did Whitehead use if the $5,000 was handed over at the direction of law enforcement?
Oooh , how fast I ran to the comments, nothing doesn’t last forever not even life itself, what goes up must come down pastor
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