She was named, along with Alexandria Karlsen as one of several women connected with Philadelphia businessman Andrew Yao, who was convicted of bankruptcy fraud, and later plead guilty to ten counts of fraud and money laundering for lying about and concealing gambling expenditures and extravagant gifts to former Playboy and Penthouse models. She reportedly cashed $39,000 in chips on Yao's behalf at the Bellagio (hotel and casino) in February 2002. Yao was convicted for lying and in March 2008 was sentenced to a year in prison. On June 4, 2008, Yao pled guilty to ten counts of fraud and money laundering in Federal court in Philadelphia. In February, 2009, he was sentenced to serve five years in prison, and to pay $12.5 million in restitution on the fraud and money laundering guilty plea. Yao commenced serving his sentence on March 23, 2009.