Theresa Gregory, of Ohio, has been sentenced to 36 months in prison, and her daughter, Tera Gore, has been sentenced to six months in prison for evading the assessment and payment of taxes.
Between 2008 and 2017 Gregory earned, $17,498,680 as a distributor for multi-level marketing companies, but failed to file any tax returns. Gore was instrumental in helping her mother hide her income by transferring the bulk of it into accounts in her name, while her mother continued to have access to the funds. Gregory led an extravagant lifestyle and shopped at high end retailers such as Gucci, Jimmy Choo and Saks Fifth Avenue. She spent funds on cruises, horse dealers, quarter horse events, homes and luxury cars.
Gore had access to her mother’s money and used the funds on personal expenses for herself and her family, including tutors and horse trainers.
Gregory and Gore were ordered to pay 3.3 million dollars in restitution, and Gore was ordered to pay another $20,000 in fines.