A federal judge in New Jersey today denied former UConn basketball star Tate George’s request to be released until his sentencing.
Attorneys are arguing in court over the fraud conviction of former NBA player Tate George.
George has been convicted in a multi-million dollar real estate development fraud case.
The U.S. Attorney’s office in New Jersey confirms that former UConn basketball star Tate George has been found guilty on all counts in a Ponzi scheme.
After denying any wrongdoing throughout Wednesday’s testimony, embattled former University of Connecticut basketball star Tate George admitted that he tried to get fellow Huskies in particular to invest in a real estate development project.
During his testimony, former University of Connecticut basketball star Tate George denied several accusations against him from the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
A former NBA player best known for his 1990 tournament buzzer-beater for Connecticut is on trial in Trenton, N.J., on federal charges of wire fraud.
Former University of Connecticut basketball star Tate George has been indicted by a federal grand jury in New Jersey on four counts of wire fraud.