Nuns Allegedly Stole $500K From Catholic School To Gamble In Las Vegas!


Two nuns who worked for decades at a Catholic school accused of stealing $ 500k!

Mary Margaret Kreuper and Sister Lana Chang embezzled around $ 500,000 from a Catholic school in California - to gamble the money in Vegas.

Kreuper was the principal and had worked at the school for 28 years while Chang was a teacher.

Authorities realized the theft after a family after Kreuper announced she was retiring earlier this year.

School officials told parents that nuns had stolen about $500k from the school.

And school said the two nuns used the money for trips and casino visits.

“We do know that they had a pattern of going on trips, we do know they had a pattern of going to casinos, and the reality is, they used the account as their personal account,” attorney of St.James noted.

Monsignor Michael Meyer explained that nuns admitted what they had done.

“Sister Mary Margaret and Sister Lana have expressed to me and asked that I convey to you, the deep remorse they each feel for their actions and ask for your forgiveness and prayers,” Meyers wrote in a letter.

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