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Scammers don’t change: Why Starlita Similien went back to jail

Starlita Similien loves cigars.

After her unexpected release from the Bay County jail, serial scammer Starlita Similien was re-arrested less than 48 hours later.

Convicted to 48 months of probation for three felonies, the unrepentant scammer used the alias “Andrea J. Deluca” in her latest string of criminal activity.

But what was the reason Starlita Similien was booked again and thrown in the Bay County jail until her October 24th first hearing?

August 28, 2012 arrest mugshot.

According to the documents, she was re-arrested on 8/28/2012 because of “fraudulent use of a credit card” and “theft of service.

In other words, after being released from six weeks in prison, she went out and committed yet another crime, less than two days later!

Depending on the amount she charged on the apparently stolen credit card, she will be charged with either a misdemeanor (if less than $100) or a third degree felony.

According to Musca Law:

According to Florida Statutes Title XLVI, Section 817, any person who uses a credit card that he or she knows is forged or was obtained or retained in violation of this section with the intent to defraud a person, or issuer or organization providing goods, money, services, or anything else of value, in order to obtain such goods, money, services or other things of value without the consent of the cardholder, is guilty of the crime of fraudulent use of credit cards. The person is subject to the following penalties:

  1. If the person uses a credit card in violation of the above section two times or less within a six month period and the value is less than $100, he or she is guilty of a misdemeanor in the first degree punishable by a maximum one year imprisonment and/or a $1,000 fine. If the value is $100 or more, the crime will be considered a third degree felony.
  2. If the person uses a credit card in violation of the above section more than two times within a six month period, then he or she is guilty of a felony in the third degree and punishable by a maximum five years imprisonment and/or a maximum $5,000 fine.

By violating her probation, she risks getting hit with several years in prison, as her prior plea will be converted to “guilty” from “nolo-contendere“. Link to booking mugshot.

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5 Responses to “Scammers don’t change: Why Starlita Similien went back to jail”
  1. Guy says:

    looks like finger girl fingered herself!
    i bet she only gets time served and suspended sentence and a fine + community service
    tbh she’s a pain in the ass but still a very petty criminal
    you need to save the space inside for hardened criminals
    you imprison more people per head than anyone else in the world
    either U.S society is screwed, or the government or both.
    which option?

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    Guy – She has stolen thousands of dollars from dozens of people. There are more booking mugshots of hers on the Internet than any other person linked to domains.

  3. Guy says:

    she’s a wrongun no doubt
    I’m just preguessing what actually happens to her next as there simply isn’t room in the prisons for smalltime offenders
    ‘female’ offenders are growing fater I think so maybe their facilities are even more overloaded one would guess
    the mugshot seems to backup what I already think that she is a sandwich short of a picnic
    when she finally gets out if she reoffends in say california, does that mean she isn subject to the 3 strikes and you’re out rule?

  4. Guy says:

    heres one I hadn’t seen:

    so bay county, portland, texas, this is a growing list

    Florida and Texas have the 3 strike rule for felony’s

    she needs to tread very carefully
    I actually don’t agree with the 3 strikes rule unless the most serious crimes, ie, murder, extreme violence, rape

  5. ShuwiX says:

    I bet my left testicle that she had filled someones bank account so she won’t lose all money on some trial. And she kept CC so she’ll have access to her money.

    And her former friend just called cops and now he can keep her money.

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