Israeli Wife Arrested after Trying to Cash $1Million: Lin Helena Halfon Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Lin Helena Halfon Biography

Lin Helena Halfon is a newly married 26-year-old woman has been arrested on charges alleging she tried to cash almost $1 million in checks from her 77-year-old husband’s account.

Lin Helena Halfon Age

She is 26 years old.

Lin Helena Halfon $1million Scandal

He entered an Amscot branch and tried to cash a $ 1 million cashier’s check, claiming he would buy a yacht. When the bank employees rejected her, she left, but returned later in the day with three other checks. The Tampa Bay Times reported that when her husband, Tampa businessman Richard Rappaport, was notified by investigators about what his wife was doing, she said she wanted to give her wife the benefit of the doubt, according to an affidavit. He said he didn’t want her deported to his native Israel.
An Amscot employee in Tampa declined to cash checks. Finally, an Orlando business cashed two checks worth $ 666,000.
When asked later if he felt he was a victim of fraud and fraud, Rappaport told investigators that he did, according to the arrest warrant.
Halfon and Rappaport were married in August in Sarasota.

Lin Helena Halfon Arrested

Lin Helena Halfon was arrested earlier this month at Tampa International Airport.

Lin Helena Halfon Charges

She is facing charges of money laundering, organized fraud and exploitation of an elderly person. During her first court appearance, a judge set her bail at $1 million.


Rappaport’s daughter, Dayna Titus, said in an affidavit of arrest that relatives were unaware of the marriage.
“Titus believed that Halfon was” cheating “Rappaport because of his age,” FDLE special agent Victoria Morris wrote in the affidavit.
Halfon’s lawyer, Todd Foster, said the couple had a valid marriage.
“We hope to present additional facts to clarify this situation,” said Foster.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Lin Helena Halfon was arrested earlier this month in Tampa, Florida
  • She tried to cash multiple checks from her husband Richard Rappaport’s account
  • She told them she wanted the money to buy a yacht for her and her husband 
  • Bank tellers refused her and notified the police but her husband said he wanted to give her the benefit of the doubt
  • He also said he did not want her to be deported to her native Israel 
  • Rappaport’s adult daughter said she did not know her father was married