Clay Jenkins Facing Disbarment Over Hiding Money from a Widow?
If someone will steal your panties they will steal your dead husband’s money.
Judge Clay Jenkins, storied panty raider and blackface aficionado, may have stepped into legal trouble.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins sent over $450,000 in signed checks to a now-defunct shell company, potentially breaking Texas law and providing grounds for disbarment.
Ongoing lawsuits related to the estate of deceased celebrity lawyer Brian “Strong Arm” Loncar have revealed that Jenkins, an associate of Loncar’s, sent hundreds of thousands of dollars in attorney referral fees to a shell company allegedly used to hide money from Loncar’s wife.
Under Texas code, referral fees for legal work cannot be paid out to entities and people without law licenses. Dallas Express went on to say:
“The disclosure of these unlawful payments could, therefore, have potentially catastrophic consequences for Jenkins, both as a licensed attorney and as the Dallas County Judge,” according to court filings.
Fortunately, Judge Jenkins has experience with what may come next…
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What sweet justice if that despicable perp went to jail.