A Florida psychiatrist who helped her husband build two Caribbean medical schools was found guilty by a federal jury of tax charges related to offshore accounts.
Patricia Hough, 67, was convicted yesterday in Fort Myers, Florida, of conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service and filing false returns from 2005 to 2008. Prosecutors said Hough didn’t tell the IRS about more than $35 million that she and her husband, David Fredrick, made when the schools and real estate were sold in 2007.
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