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March 08. 2013 11:59AM

Lorraine Skaltsis pleads Fifth to most hearing questions

MANCHESTER — Lorraine Skaltsis repeatedly pleaded the Fifth Amendment during the creditors meeting in Manchester on Thursday related to her bankruptcy case. Lorraine filed for bankruptcy, and is currently in almost $2 million of debt, after Nickolas was charged with 19 felony counts of theft for operating a fraudulent investment scheme.

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