The former chief financial officer for HealthSouth Corp. will pay at least $6.9 million for his role in the health care company's $2.7 billion accounting fraud.

Weston Smith, one of the handful of former HealthSouth chief financial officers who pleaded guilty and testified against their former boss, ex-chief executive Richard Scrushy, made the deal earlier this month. Smith also agreed to be barred from serving as an officer or director of a public company.

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