Insurance coverage and Security Hearth Commissioner John F. King introduced this week that Kesha Petty, 42, of Atlanta, has been charged with 20 counts of insurance coverage fraud.
Between November 2016 and March 2020, Ms. Petty submitted 20 fraudulent prescription claims to Aetna Insurance coverage so she might obtain a reimbursement from her employer. In complete, Ms. Petty acquired over $228,000 from the fraudulent claims, with some particular person funds reaching as excessive as $30,000.
“Upon investigation, our brokers found that Ms. Petty’s prescription claims didn’t match Walgreens’ information,” stated Commissioner King. “Additional, one file had a clearly seen watermark from a doc modifying program. I’m extraordinarily happy with our particular brokers for bringing an finish to this expensive case.”
Warrants have been taken out in opposition to Ms. Petty on January twelfth in Gwinnett County. She remains to be needed presently.