Former Cicero town president Betty Loren Maltese is suffering from a new legal headache.
With all that’s happening in Chicago, like the NATO summit and Mayor Rahm Emanuel running the city, it’s hard sometimes to keep up on the suburbs; like Cicero, and news there about money under the table, and clout beyond belief.
Some well-known figures who were imprisoned for political corruption have sobering advice for ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich as he prepares to spend 14 years behind federal bars.
Federal agents found an unregistered gun in the Las Vegas home of former Cicero Town President Betty Loren-Maltese – a development that could be problematic given that she is on parole.
Over the holiday weekend, former Cicero Town President Betty Loren-Maltese sold much of her belongings at a yard sale. Next, she’ll try to sell a book to help pay her bills and some of the restitution she still owes the government from her 2006 corruption conviction.
The former Cicero town president is holding a garage sale this weekend and is letting the public have a crack at her shoe collection. Sorry, her clown figurines were scooped up early, CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports.
The home once owned by former Cicero Town President Betty Loren-Maltese has been sold in a federal foreclosure auction for a mere $87,000.
A piece of the storied history of corruption in west suburban Cicero can now be yours.
It has only been one year since former Cicero town president Betty Loren-Maltese returned to the Chicago area after serving a seven year sentence in a California prison and now hopes to get her conviction overturned.
One of the Chicago area’s true characters may be getting her own TV show.