Former Rep. Corrine Brown will continue to get her pension after guilty plea. Here’s why

Former Rep. Corrine Brown will continue to get her pension after guilty plea. Here’s why

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown on Wednesday pleaded guilty to one count of tax fraud in her federal case, admitting that she lied to the IRS about her income and about deductions she had claimed.

Brown, 75, had been convicted before in 2017 of 18 counts in the charity fraud case and served more than two years of her five-year sentence in prison before her release on humanitarian grounds due to the coronavirus pandemic and its potential harm on older incarcerated people.

Brown has been receiving her pension and will continue to do so in the coming years even after pleading guilty to a tax crime. Here’s why.

After Corrine Brown was convicted, News4JAX reported that she cou...

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