Detroit rapper sentenced to prison for role in $27 million tax fraud scheme
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A Detroit rapper was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison for her role in stealing $27 million in a fraud scheme that spanned six states, federal prosecutors said Friday.
Sameerah Marrell, 42, also known as Sameerah Anderson, Sameerah Pickett, Crème, and Loren Boyd, must also pay $7.9 in restitution, the Justice Department said. A federal judge in Detroit also ordered her to complete three years of supervised release upon leaving prison.
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