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Fortuneteller Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny Charge May 11, 2013

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Janet Miller was arrested in December and charged with fortune telling, a misdemeanor, and a felony grand larceny charge that could have sent her to prison for 15 years. On Friday, she pleaded guilty to a lesser grand larceny count in exchange for a promised sentence of one year in  jail. She also paid restitution of $300,000 in cash and returned two Rolex watches, valued at just under $100,000, that the victim had given her.  Ms. Miller eventually persuaded a Houston woman to divorce her husband and turn over money from the settlement to be cleansed.  Once that happened, she disappeared and was never seen again, said police, until of course, she was arrested.

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