Michael Hudalla sentenced to 6 years in prison, ordered to pay $847,000 in restitution
|A judge called Michael Hudalla's behavior "severe," "grave," and "criminal."|
We first wrote about Hudalla in our April 2011 cover story, "Born To Lie." Once the proud owner of Trackstar Motorsports, Hudalla was charged with felony racketeering in fall 2010 for a series a strange transactions related to his company, Enzo Mortgage Group.
Last December, just before the trial, Hudalla entered a guilty plea to both felony counts in Hennepin County.
At his sentencing yesterday, a judge called Hudalla's behavior "severe," "grave," and "criminal." In addition to the 75 months in prison and restitution, he was also ordered to pay $10,000 in fines.
One of Hudalla's associates, Nicole Origas, was also sentenced; Origas was ordered to pay the same amount in restitution and sentenced to more than four years in prison.