Tamatha Hilton was the bookkeeper for a company called Woodsmith’s. Woodsmith’s made furniture. Ms. Hilton made bad decisions.
Specifically, for a few years, she took checks written by Woodsmith’s customers and gave them to her husband, Jimmy Hilton. Mr. Hilton did not work at Woodsmith’s.
Mr. Hilton gave the checks to his ex-wife, Jacqueline Hilton. Ms. Hilton opened a bank account at Suntrust in her name, saying that she was the owner of a company called Woodsmiths Furniture Company.