As many of our viewers already know, while being paid a six-figure salary by taxpayers in 2009, a City of Aurora official knowingly tried to walk away (steal) from $325,000 owed to BAC Servicing, formerly known as Countrywide Home Loans.
Alayne Weingartz (aka "Alayne Scatterday"), the so-called corporation counsel under corrupt Mayor Tom Weisner for the City of Aurora, knowingly and willfully failed to pay her mortgage and also attempted to cheat taxpayers by refusing to pay her property taxes.
Attorneys for BAC, said Weingartz was gainfully employed with income sufficient to pay but chose to cheat and steal from the bank and taxpayers.
Carie Ergo, spokesgirl for the corrupt mayor, said back then Weingartz's financial misconduct "would have no affect on her role with the city."
At the time, Weingartz's excuse was "due to various (unexplained) factors, my family experienced temporary financial difficulties which led to this situation."
City officials confirmed to OpenlineBlog that Weingartz was being paid her full salary during the period she attempted to cheat and steal from the bank, so there was no interruption in her substantial income.
Weingartz has repeatedly violated the law, ethics and professional conduct, including violations of the Open Meetings Act, attempting to incite a riot and making false statements during public proceedings.
As part of her misuse of her position as so-called corporation counsel, she went on personal shopping sprees at stores during business hours while supposedly at work for the city, spending taxpayer funds on her wardrobe.
She has also been seen breaking the law in restricted areas at school zones, and failing to remove holiday decorations pursuant to city ordinance
And, none of that includes her connection to multiple crimes of corruption involving Mayor Tom Weisner.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE
It turns out the 2009 attempted theft from a bank (2009CH003643) wasn't the first OR last time.
A few years earlier, Weingartz also failed to pay Norwest Mortgage (2000CH000152).
And, then AGAIN in 2013, she again was taken to court by for attempting to steal from the bank.
Do THREE foreclosures count as three strikes and you're out?
AND WHAT ABOUT NOW?
Turns out Alayne Scatterday is CURRENTLY a defendant in a forcibile (eviction) action (2015LM001889) for a residence at 1315 Deerpath Road in Aurora, filed in November 2015 and the case is OPEN.
City hall sources confirm taxpayers have continued to pay her a six-figure salary during these most recent cases.
Should Alayne Weingartz (Scatterday) immediately resign?