Peggy Fulford is a 61 years old former self-claimed financial advisor and money manager. She is currently serving a 10 years sentence in Texas for defrauding a number of professional athletes, including ex-NBA basketball players Dennis Rodman and Travis Best.
Quick Facts and Information on Peggy Fulford
|Full Name||Peggy Ann Fulford|
|Birth Name||Peggy Ann Barard|
|Birthday / Date of Birth||10th October 1958|
|Parents||Father: Donald Barard, Mother: Juanita Barard|
|Profession||Self-Claimed financial advisor and money manager|
|High School / College / University||Spelman College|
|Husband/ Spouse / Partner||Forrest King, Stanley Williams,|
|Children (Son, Daughter)||Four|
|Net Worth||$25 Million|
|Height in Feet||5 ft 5 in|
Peggy Fulford Husbands
The notorious financial advisor, who fooled many renowned NBA players to benefit from them, was married to 5 different men.
Her relationship with five different husbands is where she got her aliases Peggy King, Peggy Williams, Peggy Simpson, and Peggy Rivers, from.
Meanwhile, although Peggy’s life details were brought to public attention after she was convicted for the fraud; there are very little information about her husbands that have surfaced the media.
Peggy’s relationship with her ex-husband Forrest King is the one most talked about. At the time when Peggy got married to King, he was an emergency physician who once helped negotiate deals with the Heat and the Mavericks as Travis Best’s agent.
The other name on her list of ex-husbands is Stanley Williams, who she got married to in 2002 and got separated in 2008.
And her first ex-husband was among the 31 people killed when a DC-9 crashed shortly after takeoff in Milwaukee, on the 6th of September 1985. Furthermore, Peggy is said to have four sons from her 3 different marriages.
Peggy Fulford Fraud
The list of fraudulent activities under Peggy’s name is a long one. First and foremost, Fulford reportedly claimed that she was a Harvard-educated money manager who had made millions on Wall Street.
She is neither, but Ricky Williams and others fell for it and gave her access to their bank accounts. Peggy skimmed millions from her clients by taking control of their bank accounts and moving money around as quickly as she could spend it on some very expensive things.
As suggested by the reports, two Bentleys and a Maserati that she owned were purchased with stolen funds, not to mention four Benzes, three Range Rovers, a Porsche, and a Rolls-Royce Ghost.