Wife Forges Husband’s Signature on Loan Docs

Allison Tussey —  December 29, 2010 — 2 Comments

Maria Gallucci, Brighton, Colorado, a real estate agent for Keller Williams and Herman Group Real Estate, and a loan officer for Uptown Mortgage Service, was charged in Adams County District Court, Brighton, Colorado with attempting to influence a public servant, forgery, offering a false instrument for recording, and official misconduct by a notary public. Gallucci pled guilty to committing forgery and was sentenced to a 2 year deferred setence. 

Gallucci forged the signature of her former spouse on documents associated with her jointly owned FHA insured mortgage.  As a result of her actions, HUD allegedly realized losses in the amount of $81,701.

Gallucci was ordered to pay HUD $81,701 in a civil judgment filed in Adams County District Court, Brighton, Colorado.

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2 responses to Wife Forges Husband’s Signature on Loan Docs

  1. hermes birkin bag March 18, 2011 at 2:25 am

    What a sad story but what chance has the ex huband got of recovering the $81,000 dollars, she’ll probably just file for bankruptcy and walk away.

  2. What a sad story but what chance has the ex huband got of recovering the $81,000 dollars, she’ll probably just file for bankruptcy and walk away.

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