Ex-NFL Star Clinton Portis Pleads Guilty In Healthcare Fraud Scheme

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Former Washington Football Team star Clinton Portis and two other ex-NFL players have pleaded guilty to a health care fraud scheme. According to FBI Special Agent in Charge George Piro of the Miami Field Office, “These fraudsters pocketed money from the Gene Upshaw National Football League Health Reimbursement Account Plan that was intended for former NFL players who are ill or infirm.” The purpose of the healthcare plan is to provide tax-free reimbursements to out-of-pocket health expenses that aren’t covered by insurance for up to $350,000 per player. Portis and other players, like Tamarick …

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