42 episodes

Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime deep dives into cases involving a more rare type of criminal, women who commit financial crimes. In Season One, host Jami Rice of MURDERISH podcast takes listeners on a journey to investigate Mary Carole McDonnell, a self-proclaimed heiress and the CEO of a TV production company based in Los Angeles well known for all of the complex lies she told for decades. In Season Two, Jami takes listeners on a journey to investigate Tara Lee, a woman with an expensive taste for luxury jewelry and accessories, who satisfied her desires by taking money from the vulnerable and disadvantaged - destroying countless families for generations to come.

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Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime deep dives into cases involving a more rare type of criminal, women who commit financial crimes. In Season One, host Jami Rice of MURDERISH podcast takes listeners on a journey to investigate Mary Carole McDonnell, a self-proclaimed heiress and the CEO of a TV production company based in Los Angeles well known for all of the complex lies she told for decades. In Season Two, Jami takes listeners on a journey to investigate Tara Lee, a woman with an expensive taste for luxury jewelry and accessories, who satisfied her desires by taking money from the vulnerable and disadvantaged - destroying countless families for generations to come.

    Talia Goetting & Tonya Corrado: "Taking Down a Scammer" | S2 E7

    Talia Goetting & Tonya Corrado: "Taking Down a Scammer" | S2 E7

    Attorneys Talia Goetting & Tonya Corrado worked with Tara for a time. They were actually about to go into business with her when everything came to a screeching halt. Talia and Tonya began noticing red flags, and soon enough, they were working with the FBI to take Tara down.
    In this episode, you’ll hear directly from Talia and Tonya about their experience working with Tara, and how everything went down once they became suspicious of her. 

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    Dirty Money Moves is a collaboration between MURDERISH and Cloud10 Media. 

    Executive producers are Jami Rice and Sim Sarna. 

    Emily Crain does the audio mixing and editing.

    Josh Cooke composed the music and Brian Stefanik created the podcast cover art.

    If you’re into true crime podcasts, check out Jami’s other podcast MURDERISH.

    Visit murderish.com for a list of sources used for this episode.
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    “Time For Change” | S2 E6

    “Time For Change” | S2 E6

    Tara Lee had the opportunity to quietly do her prison time and follow through on the court’s orders, but she just couldn’t do it. Tara began making statements that she was innocent; she didn’t complete the victim impact statement recordings as ordered by the court; and she began filing appeals to have her conviction vacated, all of which kept her firmly in the Detroit headlines. 

    So, where does Tara’s case stand now? Have Tara’s victims been able to move on since her incarceration? Is there anything people who are looking to adopt can do to protect themselves from falling victim to predators like Tara? What even drives someone to behave the way Tara did?

    Follow us @DirtyMoneyMoves on Instagram and TikTok.

    If you enjoy Dirty Money Moves, please leave us a positive rating and review wherever you listen to podcasts.

    Dirty Money Moves is a collaboration between MURDERISH and Cloud10 Media. 

    Executive producers are Jami Rice and Sim Sarna. 

    Research and writing by Gina Mazzolini. 

    Emily Crain does the audio mixing and editing.

    Josh Cooke composed the music and Brian Stefanik created the podcast cover art.

    If you’re into true crime podcasts, check out Jami’s other podcast MURDERISH.

    Visit murderish.com for a list of sources used for this episode.
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    • 33 min
    “The Worst Case” | S2 E5

    “The Worst Case” | S2 E5

    Tara Lee’s sentence hearing was attended by dozens of her victims, many of whom traveled great distances to see her be punished. They sobbed while giving statements to the court about how Tara hurt them. Some people even addressed Tara directly. 

    It wasn’t only adoptive families speaking, birth mothers and fathers, people who had their children taken from them without their consent all made their voices heard. Victim statements were given for over six hours, each person demanding justice for their broken families. Tara even spoke to the court, but would the judge be swayed by Tara’s emotional apology?

    Follow us @DirtyMoneyMoves on Instagram and TikTok.

    If you enjoy Dirty Money Moves, please leave us a positive rating and review wherever you listen to podcasts.

    Dirty Money Moves is a collaboration between MURDERISH and Cloud10 Media. 

    Executive producers are Jami Rice and Sim Sarna. 

    Research and writing by Gina Mazzolini. 

    Emily Crain does the audio mixing and editing.

    Josh Cooke composed the music and Brian Stefanik created the podcast cover art.

    If you’re into true crime podcasts, check out Jami’s other podcast MURDERISH.

    Visit murderish.com for a list of sources used for this episode.
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    • 42 min
    “To Bond or Not to Bond” | S2 E4

    “To Bond or Not to Bond” | S2 E4

    Tara Lee told horrible lies about birth mothers being murdered, babies dying during childbirth, or mothers deciding to keep their babies when, in reality ..there wasn’t a mother or baby at all. Thanks to the efforts of several adoptive parents and the lawyers who worked with Tara, the FBI was notified and given a ton of information to go on as they began investigating her. The FBI also identified a woman who helped Tara pull off some of her schemes and as it turned out, this wasn’t her first rodeo either.

    Follow us @DirtyMoneyMoves on Instagram and TikTok.

    If you enjoy Dirty Money Moves, please leave us a positive rating and review wherever you listen to podcasts.

    Dirty Money Moves is a collaboration between MURDERISH and Cloud10 Media. 

    Executive producers are Jami Rice and Sim Sarna. 

    Research and writing by Gina Mazzolini. 

    Emily Crain does the audio mixing and editing.

    Josh Cooke composed the music and Brian Stefanik created the podcast cover art.

    If you’re into true crime podcasts, check out Jami’s other podcast MURDERISH.
     
    Visit murderish.com for a list of sources used for this episode.
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    • 42 min
    Introducing: Live, Laugh, Larceny | A Pair of Classless Chaps

    Introducing: Live, Laugh, Larceny | A Pair of Classless Chaps

    Allow me to introduce you to Live, Laugh, Larceny …a satire podcast that is the perfect palate cleanser after listening to so much dark true crime content. Each week, hosts Amanda and Trevin walk listeners through ridiculously petty crimes in a dramatic way with moody music and funny sound effects sprinkled throughout. 

    Take a break from heinous true crime stories and listen to Live, Laugh, Larceny where you’ll hear about petty cases like the one where two old men fought at Costco over free samples.

    Follow us @DirtyMoneyMoves on Instagram and TikTok.

    Please leave a positive rating & review for Dirty Money Moves in your favorite podcast app.

    Dirty Money Moves is a collaboration between MURDERISH and Cloud10 Media. 

    Executive producers are Jami Rice and Sim Sarna.
     
    Josh Cooke composed the music and Brian Stefanik created the podcast cover art.

    If you’re into true crime podcasts, check out Jami’s podcast MURDERISH.
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    “Trail of Deceit” | S2 E3

    “Trail of Deceit” | S2 E3

    Tara Lee and her husband Jeremy were in financial ruin. They had lost another home to foreclosure, and Tara’s wages were still being heavily garnished. There was another bankruptcy, the purchase of another, larger home, a new car, and they adopted two babies between 2012 and 2014.  
    During all of her financial woes, Tara established Always Hope and it appeared to be a successful, legit adoption agency… until a phone call from a woman in late 2018 changed everything.

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    Follow us @DirtyMoneyMoves on Instagram and TikTok.
    If you enjoy Dirty Money Moves, please leave us a positive rating and review wherever you listen to podcasts.
    Dirty Money Moves is a collaboration between MURDERISH and Cloud10 Media. 
    Executive producers are Jami Rice and Sim Sarna. 
    Research and writing by Gina Mazzolini. 
    Emily Crain does the audio mixing and editing.
    Josh Cooke composed the music and Brian Stefanik created the podcast cover art.
    If you’re into true crime podcasts, check out Jami’s podcast MURDERISH. 
    Visit murderish.com for a list of sources used for this episode.


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    • 56 min

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