Self-described Ohio psychic accused of stealing $1.5M

MENTOR, Ohio (AP) — A self-described Ohio psychic is accused of stealing more than $1.5 million in cash, jewelry, gift cards and cars from several clients.

Gina Miller was indicted on Tuesday on 28 charges including engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, aggravated theft, telecommunications fraud and securing writings by deception.

The alleged incidents happened between August 2001 and September 2015 at Gina’s Psychic Studio near Cleveland.

Prosecutors say Miller stole from 11 people. She allegedly told the victims that harm would come to their families if they refused to pay her.

Court records show investigators seized Louis Vuitton (LOO’-ee vee-TAHN’) purses, iPhones and computers, as well as Rolex watches and other jewelry.

Miller’s attorney says she’ll plead not guilty.

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