Miami Influencer Pleads Guilty To $1.5M Covid Scam

Influencer flaunts lifestyle — turns out it was funded by fraud

  • Florida influencer Danielle Miller, 32, pled guilty in March to stealing more than $1.5 million in COVID-19 relief funds from the U.S. government by using the identities of at least 10 individuals.
  • Authorities allege that Miller forged driver’s licenses in the names of the victims with her photograph.
  • Among the allegations, Miller is said to have opened a bank account in another individual’s name as well as used another person’s identity to rent a luxury apartment.