YOU’RE FIRED! | ERIN COLLINS CULLARO, PAM BONDI’S ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GERNERAL FIRED FOR “MOONLIGHTING” AT FORECLOSURE MILL, FLORIDA DEFAULT LAW GROUP
ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL TIED TO FORECLOSURE MILL FIRED
By SHANNON BEHNKEN | The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — The attorney general’s office has fired Erin Cullaro, an assistant Florida attorney general reprimanded last year for moonlighting for a “foreclosure mill.” The termination follows a second reprimand in March from Gov. Rick Scott’s office, which questioned variations of her signature on legal documents.
The signature that was used to notarize affidavits of “reasonable attorney fees” is not the same signature she was commissioned to use, according to a letter from Scott’s office.
The April termination came from the office of Attorney General Pam Bondi. Jenn Meale, communications director for Bondi’s office, said “when the management team reviewed its personnel, they decided to terminate (Cullaro’s) employment.” Meale offered no further explanation.
Ricardo A. Roig, a Tampa lawyer who represents Cullaro, said “there is no evidence of wrongdoing.”
“There’s no question Erin complied with the spirit and the letter of the law,” Roig said. “There are differences in her signatures, but a lot of people change the way they sign their name.”
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As for the signatures, NOBODY changes their signatures like the examples above. Especially when they would vary from week to week.
Here is a copy of an Oath she signed back in 1996…