Last week, an intermediary for an illegal offshore gambling operation pled guilty to laundering $2.75 million. And according to a report from ESPN’s Outside the Lines, that $2.75 million came from golfer Phil Mickelson. Gregory Silveira, a former sports gambling handicapper from La Quinta, California, pled guilty to three counts of money laundering of funds […]
It pains me to offer these opinions, because I am a huge Phil Mickelson fan. But as his name continually gets mentioned with sordid gambling stories and alleged ties to well-known gamblers, he threatens to drive his appeal as a corporate spokesperson into the rough. According to this Golf Channel report citing [...]
According to a report for ESPN’s “Outside The Lines”, Phil Mickelson’s money is connected to an illegal gambling operation. According to the report, Mickelson has not been charged, nor is he under investigation. He apparently wired $2.75...Show More Summary
It's no surprise to golf fans that Phil Mickelson may be linked (indirectly) to a gambling operation. The paradox of sports betting and manhood. The post Phil Mickelson, Illegal Gambling, Sports, and Manhood: The Paradox appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Phil Mickelson’s money was at the heart of a recently concluded federal money laundering case, according to ESPN’s ‘Outside the Lines,’ reports Deadspin. Deadspin continues, “OTL reports on the case of Gregory Silveira, who plead guilty last week to money...
Phil Mickelson wired millions of dollars to a middleman, who then laundered that money as part of "an illegal gambling operation which accepted and placed bets on sporting events," a ccording to a report from ESPN's Outside the Lines. According...Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson’s money was at the heart of a recently concluded federal money laundering case, according to ESPN’s Outside the Lines. OTL reports on the case of Gregory Silveira, who plead guilty last week to money laundering charges for moving $2.75 million through multiple bank accounts in an illegal gambling scheme. Show More Summary
He is not facing charges or under investigation. Phil Mickelson was reportedly a "gambling client" and transferred $2.75 million to a man who was part of an illegal gambling operation, according to a report from Outside the Lines. Mickelson...Show More Summary
A sidenote in a money laundering case in California led ESPN straight to the door of Phil Mickelson on Monday. The network’s Outside the Lines investigative crew is reporting that a 56-year-old former sports gambler pleaded guilty to acting as an intermediary between Phil Mickelson and an illegal offshore gambling operation. Show More Summary
For the golfing world, June is associated with the U.S. Open. This time of year is also starting to become associated with stories about shady financial dealings linked to Phil Mickelson. Last year, the five-time major champion was teeing off at the U.S. Open just as the New York Times clarified that earlier reports about him being investigated for […]
You might wanna use that mulligan soon, Phil! A former sports handicapper recently plead guilty to operating an offshore gambling ring consisting of $2.75 million! The only problem? That money reportedly belongs to professional golfer Phil Mickelson! A little birdie tells us that 56-year-old Gregory Silveira could face up to 60 years in jail if he's convicted of [...]
Unnamed sources are alleging that pro-golfer Phil Mickelson received nearly $3 million from an illegal gambling racket. Mickelson is not under investigation, but the sources claim he was alluded to in a recent money laundering case.Show More Summary
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According to sources and court documents obtained by ESPN's Outside the Lines, Phil Mickelson was involved in the transfer of nearly $3 million as part of "an illegal gambling operation which accepted and placed bets on sporting events."
Gregory Silveira, a former sports gambling handicapper, has pleaded guilty to three counts of money laundering involving $2.75 million reportedly linked to Phil Mickelson as part of "an illegal gambling operation," Mike Fish and David Purdum report for ESPN's "Outside the Lines," citing two unnamed sources close to the investigation. Show More Summary
Report: Phil Mickelson linked with illegal $3 million gambling scheme
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