Tamraka McGriff: Judge Says No More Tattoos for School Administrator
Tamrake McGriff is the coordinator of transportation for the Beaumont school district and, apparently, she loves her skin art as much as she doesn't like her body. So much so, in fact, that a judge has barred her from getting any more tattoos or plastic surgery until she pays off some $15,000 in Social Security funds she scammed.
The Beaumont Enterprise reports that a judge set the condition yesterday as part of her probation for the misdemeanor charge of theft of public funds.
McGriff, the paper reported, accepted more than $15,000 in Social Security funds for her son even though she was not eligible for those benefits.
McGriff had enrolled her disabled son in a state-funded facility, but still continued to cash Social Security checks for home care.
In addition to community service and agreeing not to handle any public money, a federal judge ordered her not to get any more tattoos or plastic surgery until the $15,000 is repaid. Which seems to indicate she has gotten a lot of tats and nip/tucks in her time.
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