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San Fernando Valley Brothers Charged in Loan Fraud

Brothers Henrik Sardariani, 43, and Hamlet Sardariani, 41,  and Wanda Kenney, 65, also known as Lavana Hamer, have pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of wire fraud, identity theft, conspiracy and unlawful monetary transactions in connection with an alleged $6 million loan fraud.

The Sardarianis are accused of creating fraudulent deeds of trusts to properties they did not own, along with forged corporate and financial documents, according to the federal indictment. They did this in order to show equity in the properties so that they could obtain large loans from the lenders. Wanda Kenney and Axcess Escrow are accused of processing the paperwork (escrow fraud). The stamps of the notaries public were phony (notary fraud).

Once the monies were received from the banks, at least several million was allegedly transferred to an account in Hong Kong by Henrik Sardariani.

U.S. District Judge Jacqueline H. Nguyen will hear the case on September 20.

Read the original article in the Los Angeles Daily News and the Beverly Hills Courier.

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