Angela Stanton Releases an Excerpt
Angela Stanton, the scuff on Atlanta attorney Phaedra Parks brand new Louboutins, is not letting up with her crusade against Phaedra and recently released an except from her book 'Lies of a Real Housewife: Tell the Truth Shame the Devil...
Phaedra Parks was the answer to everything. The only thing I really needed to know was how to act. All my life I always believed that acting was part of my God given talent. Along with hustling, acting came natural. I began thinking of myself as this smooth criminal. I had gotten accustomed to the quick money by now, and quite naturally I never turned down any jobs, no matter how high the risk.
The next mission would be one of the biggest jobs ever assigned to me by Phae. The assignment was well thought out, strategized, and planned. The execution of it was going to demand time. These types of jobs have to crawl before they mature and start walking. Then low and behold, before you even know it, they were off and running.
The first part of my assignment involved scoping out potential vehicles at luxury car dealerships. Each day I simply drove around Atlanta, and the surrounding cities looking for potential prey. Every car lot I visited had several luxury cars. I spotted all of the latest models of Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Hummers, Corvettes, and Cadillac.
When I identified selected luxury dealerships, then with pen and pad I walked around the lots. I would casually record the VIN numbers, makes, and models of not only the latest, but the hottest whips to hit the city.
Once I had the information recorded, I reported it back to E. We rarely discussed business on the phone. So E and I met daily, and swapped information, and fake documents. It seemed like we never stopped. I provided the VIN numbers, and he provided the fake identification cards, and fraudulent registration cards matched to the vehicles I previously recorded. At this point, I was handling all of the day-to-day operations.
Phaedra never had to worry about the illegal side of the operation. She was a very busy woman, and spent all of her time managing her thriving law practice. Honestly, everything with me was infallible. Phae knew as long as I was on the assignment, she would get her money, and remain focused on the affairs of her clients.
With the state issued ID and proof of ownership, one would be able to go to any other luxury car dealership, provide them with the necessary documents as well as a fee, one hundred and eighty dollars at that time. And just like that, they’d cut you a computerized key to your vehicle. The second part of the scheme involved a late night visit when the dealership closed down. We’d return to the dealership and drive off in our brand new vehicles with no disturbances. Even if we did run into a problem such as getting pulled over by the cops, we had all the right paperwork in our possession. The right key and a bill of sale would be seen by the police. They would never suspect anything because the vehicle hadn’t been reported stolen.
The cars were then sent to a chop shop. The VIN numbers were filed down, and replaced with new ones. Once replaced, I was provided with fraudulent certificates of vehicle titles from the state of Ohio. It seemed like I was going back and forth to the Department of Motor Vehicles in Hapeville, Georgia, on a daily basis. The Ohio titles had to be swapped out for Georgia. No, ifs, ands or buts about it, that was an important step of the scam.
There were other areas of the business that required my attention. This was a major operation, and I could only be in one place at a time. Phae insisted that I enlist the help of my cousin, Sheree. She too was a go-getter and about her business as well. Anything having to do with making money, she was with it, and so was I...