Singer Sanda Ladosi and her husband, Stefan Tache, were taken over on Tuesday by the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) prosecutors to hearings, being suspects in EUR 1 million fraud file, with damage to the National Loan Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, judicial sources quoted by ziare.com inform.
In this file, on Tuesday the DIICOT prosecutors conducted ten searches for the destructuring of an organized criminal group suspected of continued fraud and money laundering in a continuing form in which 17 people are targeted.
Judicial sources say Stefan Tache, the singer’s husband, is suspected of setting up an organized criminal group.
During 2008-2014, along with another suspect in this file, Cristian Ilie, the singer’s husband, initiated and set up a group suspect of fraud at the expense of credit institutions and of money laundering by concealing the illicit origin of the money obtained from criminal activity, a group joined and supported by other people as well.
Also, Stefan Tache is suspected of continued fraud, as during 2008-2014, as an associate, administrator or empowered in five companies, he allegedly misled the National Credit Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium Enterprises at the signing of credit agreements and additional documents.
He is also suspected of continuing money laundering.
For her part, Sanda Ladosi is suspected of joining and supporting this criminal group, taking on the role of administrator or associate of one of the companies used in the criminal activity. She is also suspected of money laundering, the cited sources say.