Robin O'Connor from Facebook
The prosecution and defense filed a stipulation in Federal Court today, agreeing to protect the personal and financial information of Robin O'Connor: "In light of the scope of discovery in this case, and the fact that material portions of that discovery include personal financial information relating to third parties, all discovery produced in this matter shall be deemed Protected Material." That means any discovery containing salary, bank accounts, social security numbers or addresses will not be shared with outside parties and any documents filed with the court will be under seal.
We first broke the story August 30th that O'Connor worked for the Giants for four years, before she was arrested for skimming $1.5 million from players' salaries. The affidavit from an FBI special agent says she embezzled $1,513,836.28 from the Giants' payroll between June 2010 and June 2011. The formal charges -- wire fraud and fraud in connection with a computer. She's scheduled to be back in court for arraignment next week.
By the way, we reached O'Connor through her Facebook page and published her comments and picture in our first report, but now, she's shut down her page.