Department of Defense employees rang up over $1 million in casino and strip club charges with no serious repercussions
Department of Defense personnel racked up over $1 million in casino and “adult entertainment” charges on their Pentagon-approved cards, according to a new report from the department’s inspector general.
Defense Department personnel charged the government for 900 “adult entertainment transactions,” totaling $96,576, and 4,437 casino transactions, totaling $952,258.
The report also says the department did not take “appropriate action” over the misuse of the cards. An audit of 30 cardholders who had the highest dollar amounts of “high-risk transactions” found that “no action” was taken to eliminate further misuse, according to The Guardian. – READ MORE