A former top executive at Tommy Hilfiger’s handbag licensee pleaded guilty Tuesday to mail and wire fraud in the theft of more than $19 million from the company.
Martin Bodner, who was chief financial officer of Tommy Hilfiger Handbags and Small Leather Goods Inc., secretly increased his compensation package in his role as payroll supervisor, filed to be reimbursed for fake expenses, issued hundreds of company checks for personal expenses and put one of his sons on the payroll in a no-show job, according to documents filed in federal court in Manhattan.
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