Butterfly Museum says ex-director turned into con artist


By Craig Clough (October 27, 2021, 9:55 p.m. EDT) – A Philadelphia butterfly museum on Tuesday accused its former director in state court of stinging like a bee by violating his “position of trust” and transforming into a con artist who created a no-show job for her husband and signed checks for herself without the proper documentation.

The Insectarium and the Butterfly Pavilion alleges its former board member and COO Christine Florio created a walk-in job for her co-accused husband with a salary of $ 80,000 in the system HR of the museum, which cost the organization more than $ 30,000 between May and September 2020 as the association suffered financially from the COVID-19 pandemic ….

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