Former Motionloft CEO Jon Mills Sentenced To 24 Months In Prison For Wire Fraud

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Founder and former Motionloft CEO Jon Mills has been found guilty on two counts of wire fraud, and ordered to serve 24 months in jail. In addition, he was ordered to pay $6,000 in fines and to pay restitution to his victims in the amount of $572,039.

Mills was arrested by the FBI last year on allegations that he defrauded several friends and other investors and lied to them about a pending acquisition of the company. Mills took the money and went on a spree of expensive trips, booked private jets, rented a penthouse suite in Vegas and partied with celebrities, all while falsely telling all the people who gave him money for Motionloft that it was about to be acquired by Cisco Systems.

slack-imgs.comBut the jig was up when these investors started to question the acquisition story and board member and investor Mark Cuban then confirmed that there was no such acquisition. Mills was ousted as CEO shortly after that…

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