EX-MOUSEKETEER'S BEAU DRAWS JAIL TIME.
Byline: City News Service
The Oxnard boyfriend of former Mouseketeer Darlene Gillespie Darlene Faye Gillespie was born April 8, 1941, in Montreal, Canada. She is best known for having been a singer and dancer on the original Mickey Mouse Club television show from 1955 to 1958. Her Irish father and French-Canadian mother were a former vaudeville dance team. was sentenced Monday to 18 months in federal prison for violating U.S. securities law.
Jerry Fraschilla, who pleaded guilty to buying stock in 1992 and 1993 that he did not intend to pay for, also was ordered to pay roughly $65,000 in restitution.
And U.S. District Judge Lourdes G. Baird in Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. ordered him not to buy or sell stock without his probation officer's permission during the three years of supervised release he must serve upon getting out of prison.
Gillespie, one of the original members of the ``Mickey Mouse Mickey Mouse
Famous character of Walt Disney's animated cartoons. He was introduced in Steamboat Willie (1928), the first animated cartoon with sound. Mickey was created by Disney, who also provided his high-pitched voice, and was usually drawn by the studio's head animator, Club,'' is scheduled to stand trial in two weeks for her alleged role in the scheme.
On Friday, a jury decided against Fraschilla in a lawsuit he filed against the city of Ventura. The Oxnard resident claimed he had suffered a severe back injury when he tripped over a warped board on the Ventura pier.
The city's lawyers contended that Fraschilla, 61, already had back problems before the accident and is an admitted perjurer perjurer n. a person who intentionally lies while under an oath administered by a notary public, court clerk or other official, and thus commits the crime of perjury. .
They cited the federal case in which Fraschilla admitted lying under oath Noun 1. lying under oath - criminal offense of making false statements under oath
bearing false witness, perjury
infraction, misdemeanor, misdemeanour, violation, infringement - a crime less serious than a felony in a federal securities fraud investigation, which led to the charges for which he was sentenced today.