“I am proud of the collaborative efforts that led to this successful prosecution,” Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr said. “The Georgia Department of Law stands ready to work with our federal and local partners to ensure that those who participate in criminal activity are brought to justice, particularly when that activity jeopardizes the medical care of those who are truly in need and wastes taxpayer dollars.”
Solarin used most of the $996,862.19 gained from the scheme to buy real estate in the Atlanta area, Horn said. As part of the plea deal, she has agreed to repay the money and will forfeit her interest in over a dozen real estate properties.
Sentencing is set for Feb. 3 on charges of conspiring to commit healthcare fraud.