A JPMorgan Chase employee has been accused of taking advantage of a man suffering from Alzheimer's by pulling $100,000 from his bank account, according to a new lawsuit.
The JPMorgan employee first established a separate bank account for Lafayette, then assigned himself a personal debit card, according to the lawsuit. The defendant then allegedly proceeded to taking out $300 per day over the course of a year. The discovery that $100,000 was missing from Lafayette's account was made nearly one year after his granddaughter, LaDonnis Williams, became his legally appointed curator in March 2010, Lafayette's attorney, Karen Hayes Green, told The Huffington Post.
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