Strippers, Mallrats, and Fake Students: The Craziest Allegations Against a Florida College

A Florida for-profit college stands accused of defrauding the government and hiring strippers to entice students into enrolling

A pedestrian passes by the Lusty Lady storefront and marquee in Seattle.

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A Florida for-profit college stands accused of defrauding the government out of more than $6 million, according to a lawsuit filed this week by a U.S. Attorney and the Florida Attorney General. The suit lays bare a shockingly cavalier scheme at Miami-based FastTrain II, which shut down in 2012 after the FBI raided the campuses. In October, the company’s owner, Alejandro Amor, was arrested by the FBI and charged with stealing government money. We’ve enumerated the school’s worst offenses, per the suit: 

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