Lights Over Paris Frontman Facing Prison For $6 Million Loan Fraud

Lights Over Paris frontman Robert Mawhinney is facing up to 30 years in prison after allegedly receiving more $6 million in bank loans with the use of fake documents.

Authorities said on Friday that the 30-year-old singer was charged with making a false statement in a loan application, according to Billboard.

They report that the alleged fraud began in August 2009 and lasted for almost two years with Mawhinney obtained almost $6.2 million via four loans from Comerica Inc., according to court documents.

He reportedly provided statements to obtain the loans which claimed that he had almost $8 million in assets; however his account had only about $10,000 in it, according to authorities. Read the Billboard report for more details.

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