Mon US Attorney: Anheuser-Busch In-Bev employee pleads guilty to healthcare fraud system

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NS. LOUIS, Missouri, Oct 16 – The office of US Lawyer for the Eastern district from Missouri published the following press release on Oct 14, 2021:

United States District Court Judge Henry E. Autrey accepts an admission of guilt by Shannon Nenninger At October 12, 2021 for conspiracy crimes related to healthcare fraud, misrepresentation to a government agency, theft of government funds, and social security fraud.

In September 2020, a federal grand jury has indicted Nenninger and others. According to a declaration of consent, Nenninger, a former employee of Anheuser-Busch In-Bev, learned that Dr. Thomas Hobbs could help her get disability benefits from the Social Security Administration, Prudential Insurance of America Companies and MetLife by exaggerating her health and claiming she was completely and permanently disabled. As a result between January 8, 2013 and November 28, 2017, Nenninger paid Dr. Hobbs $ 6,100 for his efforts to exaggerate Nenninger’s health to qualify for disability payments. These fees were in addition to the fees charged by. were collected Dr. Hobbs for all medical treatments.

While Nenninger claimed to be so disabled that she could not work, she traveled internationally and everywhere The United States, goes to concerts, works in her garden, washes her car, goes to various social events and goes fishing. Believing that the misrepresentations are true Social Security Administration and the private insurers granted Nenninger disability benefits. Between January 8, 2013 and September 30, 2021, Nenninger has fraudulently more than $ 457,104 for disability benefits and caused the payment of $ 3,501.88 from Blue cross blue shield the chiropractors for their medically unnecessary tests and treatments.

The case was from the Social Security AdministrationInspector General’s Office and the Federal Office for Investigations. Dorothy McMurtry and Tracy Berry edit the case for the US Attorney General.


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