An unnamed Fortune 50 company had to pay up to $ 100,000 after having to close its Atlanta offices after one of its workers forged a COVID-19 diagnosis.
Santwon Antonio Davis, a three-time felon, was arrested by the FBI after defrauding his employer of a false medical apology letter, according to a press release issued Thursday by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Georgia.
The letter asked his employer to stop business and clean up the workplace and still pay other workers who, according to the press release, were forced to quarantine at home.
Apparently it was Mr. Davis admitted that he had been useful, according to investigators.
As reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which gained access to his criminal record, he had been out of prison for just over a year. Since 2006, Mr. Davis served three jail stamps, a total of nearly 1
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