ATL reality star charged with first-degree forgery and three counts of giving false statements, now facing 25 years in prison

If you’ve spent any time browsing through Channel 420 then you have already noticed the TLC reality show ‘The Sisterhood”, the show revolves around the wives of popular pastors and preachers and one of the shows stand-out stars, Dominque Scott, shared during the season that she comes from a background of crime and prostitution but she had redeemed herself through God and was now living her life clean as the first lady of ‘The Good Life Ministry’, but it now appears that it may not be completely true… More on this story below.

The AJC reports;

A Fulton County grand jury charged Domonique Scott, one of the stars of TLC’s “The Sisterhood,” with first-degree forgery and three counts of giving false statements, authorities said. “The Sisterhood,” which debuted in January, followed the wives of five metro Atlanta preachers. She and her husband lost their church, The Good Life Ministry, after falling on hard times. Prosecutors said Tuesday that Scott submitted bogus documents purporting false assets and liabilities related to the ownership of a tutoring company that allegedly only existed on paper in an attempt to qualify for the federal Supplemental Education Services tutoring program.

Scott sent to the state Department of Education a false balance sheet, a false statement of net income, a program summary showing a false start date for her company and a forged letter from a fictitious bank representing a non-existent cash line of credit, prosecutors said. If convicted, she faces up to 25 years in prison and fines of up to $400,000. (AJC)