Party instead of work
Three prison staff have boycotted for a year
Three friends from New York did not go to work. While they continued to collect their wages, they took vacations or threw wild parties. Now they are going to court for it.
Three friends from New York, Steven C. and Monica C. and Eduardo D., all employees of the city’s correctional system, did not want to work.
Three correctional professionals from New York, Steven C.*, 49, Eduardo D.*, 42, and Monica C.*, 36, faked illnesses and accidents for a year. They don’t want to work. They like to party or go on vacation. In full time they collected their full wages. According to the contract, city law enforcement officers have unlimited sick leave. That’s what they took advantage of. Friends now have to answer in court for shameless blues like “”.New York Post» is reported.
It all started in the spring of 2021. Steven C., who earns more than $160,000 a year, said he was suffering from the side effects of the corona vaccine. Through this, he has submitted more than 100 fake doctor’s letters from various doctors who were on duty.
At the same time he pursued his passion and wrote a comic book. Apparently he is not afraid of being exposed for his lies, proudly posting a picture of himself on Instagram and writing that his book will be published soon.
They traveled to the Dominican Republic and Florida
On the other hand, Monica C., who earned $80,000 a year, faked injuries. Authorities caught him partying outside his home several times when he should have been at home. When confronted by investigators, he admitted to falsifying 50 medical documents.
Eduardo D., fiancee of Monica C., also feigned injuries. The couple’s indictment states: “He appeared at City Correctional Services clinical appointments with a combination of a sling, cane and/or boot.” The couple visited the Dominican Republic, Florida and West Virginia.
The three friends were arrested Thursday morning and arraigned in federal court that afternoon. (LRC)
* Familiar names
“Wannabe pop culture fanatic. Zombie advocate. Entrepreneur. Internet evangelist. Alcohol fanatic. Typical travel buff.”