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Golden Knights Minority Owner’s Girlfriend Charged with $500,000 Theft and Money Laundering Since 2020

The girlfriend of Vegas Golden Knights minority owner Gavin Maloof, is facing theft and money laundering charges of nearly $500,000 from his phone since 2020.

Jennifer Courtemanche, 44, of Marina Del Rey, California, has an arrest warrant out for her, according to court records, but a judge allowed her to remain free on bond pending her preliminary hearing, which is scheduled for March 11.

According to the request, the detective purportedly discovered proof that Courtemanche had taken $465,000 from Maloof via the Apple Cash digital payment program, which has been accessible to iPhone users since April 2021.

Jennifer Kathreen Larson - IMDb
Jennifer Kathreen Courtemanche is an actress, known for You’re the Worst (2014). The Canadian-born commercial print model has also made guest appearances on television shows, such as Two and a Half Men (2003), The Client List (2012), 90210 (2008), Sons of Anarchy (2008), The Girls Next Door (2005), and the major motion picture Jersey Boys (2014). She was born in Vancouver, Canada and grew up in Los Angeles, California where she discovered her love for the performing arts. Jennifer is a supporter of various animal welfare groups and owns a cruelty-free organic swimwear company called SwimwearJunkie.

Following the investigation, the investigator concluded that Courtemanche and her alleged talent agent, Brittany Burgess, 35, of Falmouth, Massachusetts, had taken $498,000 via Apple Cash from Maloof collectively as early as December 2020.

Police said that between 2020 and 2023, 214 Apple Cash transactions—of which 184 were successful in getting funds—were made via two phone lines to Maloof’s phone for transfers or attempted transfers from his Apple Cash account.

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