Who is Amanda Shea? (Timothy Shea's Wife) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Who is Amanda Shea? (Timothy Shea’s Wife) Biography, Wiki

Amanda Shea is the wife of Timothy Shea who is 49 years old charged Thursday along with former Trump advisor Steve Bannon and two other men in defrauding donors to a “Build The Wall” online fundraising campaign.
Timothy is being held before the US Police Service, accused of his role in a major conspiracy, and was arrested on August 20 by Postal Inspection agents at Castle Rock on Thursday morning. According to the source, Steve Bannon received $ 1 million from the fund where Steve was President Donald Trump’s former White House chief strategist.
Prosecutors said Timothy, Bannon, Kolfage, and Badolato were each accused of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering. Each charge is subject to a maximum sentence of 20 years.

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He describes himself as the CEO of Innovator, Investor, Entrepreneur and Webuildthewall. He is also part of the leadership team with We Build the Wall and also works for Winning Energy.
He is currently working as a finance manager at We Build the Wall. Her husband Timothy works as a real estate agent and owns a pro-Trump themed energy drink company called Winning Energy.
According to the website, they described the product as “the official fuel of the winners” and sold two products: “Sugar Free Winning Energy 12-Pack Case: 12-ounce Liberal Tear” for $ 36.99 and Winning Energy 12-Pack Case: $ 36.99 for 12 ounce Liberal Tear.
On May 25, Amanda posted a photo of the Winning Energy drink on Instagram saying, “A random thought in a can, then the recipe for the perfect energy drink… all in a few weeks! We do these things and have fun! I’m so excited to launch Winning Energy and we produce it not only in America, but also in my blue state of Colorado! After all, we had to spill a lot of liberal tears into each can, so it only made sense to touch that deep well right here in Denver. ”
Steve Bannon was arrested on Thursday for he and three others, including a man from Colorado, for defrauding donors into an online fundraising scheme called “We Build The Wall.”
The charges were in an indictment in Manhattan federal court, claiming that Bannon himself received more than $ 1 million, some of which he used to secretly pay another defendant, Brian Kolfage, and cover hundreds of thousands of dollars of Bannon’s personal expenses.
Federal prosecutors alleged that Bannon and the other three “devised a plan to defraud hundreds of thousands of donors” in connection with an online crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $ 25 million to build a wall along the southern border of the United States.
According to the indictment, Bannon promised that 100% of the donated money would be used for the project, but the accused collectively used hundreds of thousands of dollars against the organization’s public representatives.
According to the indictment, the defendants learned from a financial institution last October that the “We Are Building the Wall” campaign could be part of a federal criminal investigation and took additional steps to hide the fraud.
The charges included a wire fraud conspiracy and a money laundering conspiracy.
A phone call at Bannon’s lawyer’s office went unanswered Thursday morning. The Bannon spokesperson did not immediately respond to the request for comment. It was not immediately clear who would represent Kolfage in his first court appearance.
According to the indictment, Bannon promised that 100% of the donated money would be used for the project, but the accused collectively used hundreds of thousands of dollars against the organization’s public representatives.
Others charged in the case include Timothy Shea, 49, from Castle Rock. Federal prosecutors said Shea was arrested on Thursday.
The indictment alleges that Shea controlled a non-profit and front company that helped direct the money collected using fake invoices and fake seller arrangements.
In 2018, 9News began investigating the fundraising operation after learning that an address listed on the donation site was a mailbox in Castle Rock. “She’s in contact with the White House to make the donations available at the border wall, but she did not tell who she was communicating with in the White House,” Shea’s wife Amanda told the TV station.
Amanda Shea told 9News that they are planning to return everyone’s money if the wall isn’t built.
According to state business documents, Sheas is affiliated with an energy drink company called Winning Energy in Colorado. Timothy Shea is listed in the documentation.
Winning Energy’s website promotes 12-ounce “liberal teardrop” boxes embellished with Trump’s likeness. “THE OFFICIAL FUEL OF THE WINNERS 12 OZ ENERGY DRINK ULTRA HUMIDIFIER LIBERAL TEARS MADE IN AMERICA” on the site.
Former Republican US Representative Tom Tancredo, an ardent conservative from Colorado, is listed on the “We Build The Wall” website, which serves on the groups’ advisory board. Tancredo was not charged in the case.
Timothy Shea appeared before a federal judge via teleconference on Thursday afternoon, where he received a $ 250,000 bond. He was banned from raising any further funds for We Build The Wall or moving funds already collected by the group.
Shea was also ordered not to contact defenders in the case without the lawyers. He must drop all the firearms he has.
Kolfage of Miramar Beach, Florida and Andrew Badolato of Sarasota, Florida, were also charged in the alleged plan.
Each of the four accused was charged with a wire fraud conspiracy and a money laundering conspiracy, each with a maximum sentence of 20 years.
Bannon pleaded not guilty in federal court on Thursday. He was arrested on a yacht off Connecticut.