20 years for woman who stole $2M from autistic man while posing as lawyer

20 years for woman who stole $2M from autistic man while posing as lawyer


A New Orleans woman who stole more than $2 million in inheritance money from an autistic man after she posed as an attorney has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Kristina Galjour, 45, pleaded guilty on Monday to theft valued at more than $25,000 and three counts of practicing law without a license after she defrauded an adult autistic man whose parents had just died, according to Nola.com.

The 59-year-old autistic man lost both his parents in 2015, leaving him millions of dollars and a home in New Orleans. The trust was being administered by Legacy Law Center, a planning firm where Galjour worked, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.

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In 2016, Galjour first identified herself to the man as a

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