A wild $55,000 spending spree, including a loan for breast implants, is not inflated, a Cape woman admits.
Kari Monillas, 27, of Bourne, promised the court she will pay back her former boss for running up the bill on a 52-inch television, furniture, a washer and dryer, a motorcycle and motorized scooter, video game systems, a painting and two air conditioners and that implant loan.
She has pleaded guilty to two counts of larceny over $250 and one count of fraudulent use of a credit card, receiving an 18-month suspended sentence and two years probation.
Now, she must pay the bill.
``She stayed out of jail, which was good, and she was in agreement with the amount agreed to with the Orleans police,'' said her attorney Matt Bober.
Monillas is required to pay a minimum of $150 per month for the next two years.
``She can pay that, and she's going to try to pay more if she can,'' Bober said.