D’Angelo Pleads Guilty

Back in November we reported on Robert D’Angelo. Mr. D’Angelo, the former head of the Madison, Wisconsin Overture Center, was facing a variety of charges based on him running two side businesses using city facilities and not reporting the income from the businesses on his tax return. On Friday Mr. D’Angelo pleaded guilty to two counts (one of tax evasion and one of mail fraud) in a plea deal.

The indictment charged that Mr. D’Angelo made about $238,000 from his businesses. While he could face 23 years at ClubFed it’s much more likely he’ll serve around two years.

However, that’s not the end of Mr. D’Angelo’s legal troubles. He left the Overture Center when he was accused of sexual harassment. The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is still investigating those charges.

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