Palm House Hotel developer will use taxpayer money to pay legal bills

Palm House Hotel developer will use taxpayer money to pay legal bills

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Robert Matthews is still awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty of defrauding foreign investors

The developer of the Palm House Hotel, one of the largest EB-5 frauds in South Florida history, can no longer afford to pay his lawyers.

Robert Matthews will use taxpayer funds to pay his attorneys, as he awaits sentencing after he pleaded guilty in April to defrauding foreign EB-5 investors out of millions of dollars, according to the Associated Press.


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