Friday, August 31, 2012

Celebrity Hollywood News: Tommy 'Tiny' Lister will plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud

Celebrity Tommy 'Tiny' Lister is facing up to 5 years in prison for conspiracy to commit fraud.  He bought a home back in 2010 for $2.5 million dollars in Calabasas, California, the same town where Katherine Jackson and the kids of the late Michael Jackson reside.   He and his co-conspirators are allegedly guilty of defrauding lenders out of millions of dollars.   The fact that he had plead guilty in federal court is a positive thing, because most people who break the law, do not admit they have done wrong.  However, Lister has claimed to know Jesus Christ, so it does not surprise us that he is an honest man and has a conscious, although we do not agree with his profanity in previous movies.

According to,  Tommy 'Tiny' Lister has been accused of conspiring to commit fraud, allegedly scamming banks out of millions of dollars. Many celebrity's homes are going into foreclosure, this is how bad the recession is, so we would not be surprised how many more celebrities may get caught like Tommy 'Tiny' Lister'.  The reason we feel this could be possible is, some celebrities will do anything to keep their image up with those whom are not financially in debt.   There is a great possibility that Lister wanted to make sure he would not be facing poverty and the media would find out about it and so he allegedly joined his conspirators on this mortgage fraud.   For whatever reason, he will not have to face a judge for what he has done.

In the meantime, we will be praying for Tommy 'Tiny' Lister and hopefully, he has repented for what he has done and God will intervene on his behalf. 

Tommy 'Tiny' Lister will plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud

 By: Kevin Brown

Tommy Lister has got himself into some serious trouble. Sources confirmed Friday afternoon that he will plead guilty in federal court for conspiring to commit mortgage fraud. The reports say a great deal for Tommy Lister who bought a $2.5 million home...Read full article, here.


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