Domonique Scott, one of the stars of TLC’s “The Sisterhood,” was sentenced to one year in confinement followed by 14 years of probation for lying about government money that was supposed to go toward her tutoring company, the Georgia Department of Law said Wednesday. However, her confinement will be commuted to time served if she successfully completes 180 days in a probation detention center. The remainder of her sentence would then be served on probation.
Investigators told Channel 2 Action News on Tuesday that Scott received at least $425,000 from the federal government to provide tutoring services for five Georgia school systems, including DeKalb and Clayton counties. However, the business only existed on paper.
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