Philadelphia man charged with bilking archdiocese for therapy in sex-abuse case
CWN - May 10, 2010
Authorities in Pennsylvania have arrested a man on charges that he pocketed more than $100,000 that he had received from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for counseling after he had reported being sexual abused by a priest. Michael McDonnell allegedly billed the archdiocese for hundreds of therapy sessions that he did not attend.
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