follow site This case should’ve been simple to solve and resolve. A 25-year old former Vogue magazine employee and personal assistant to Vogue magazine Creative Director and scary looking old-person, Grace Coddington, used Coddington’s personal credit cards to the tune of more than $50,000 for personal purchases.¬†Yvonne Bannigan, an Irish woman who came first to Los Angeles and then New York to the Parson’s School of Design, to claim her way in the cynical and superficial fashion industry, claims the purchases on her bosses credit cards over a two year period were all a big misunderstanding. And there you have the sum of her defense.

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source url In court this week, Bannigan, who left her shitty job at Vogue for an even shittier job to be Coddington’s personal assistant, refused a plea deal that would’ve netted her only probation. Through her attorneys, Bannigan insists she’s innocent of the charges, and so pleaded not guilty in a New York courtroom this past week to the grand larceny. In addition to the credit card purchases, Bannigan is accused of selling $9K worth of Coddington’s belongings and keeping the cash for herself.

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siti sicuri per comprare viagra generico 200 mg pagamento online a Milano To be fair, in up to 1% of these young woman steals from batty old rich person they care for cases, the young woman accused of stealing is innocent. Sometimes all those nice things she buys herself on her employers dime is merely a misunderstanding. Bannigan insists she’s in the one-percent and is demanding a court trial to clear her good and Irish name. This should be interesting. Provided they keep Coddington behind one of those anonymity shades.

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