Stripper & Investment Property in Hawaii Leads to Possible Ethics Charges Against Former Florida Judge Stringer

A state commission will meet next week to discuss whether it should continue pursuing ethics charges against Judge Thomas E. Stringer Sr. now that he has resigned from the 2nd District Court of Appeal.

Former Florida Judge Thomas E. Stringer Sr

Former Florida Judge Thomas E. Stringer Sr

Stringer, 64, was scheduled to give a deposition Friday to state Judicial Qualifications Commission prosecutors about his financial dealings with a stripper. But Brooke Kennerly, executive director of the JQC, said today that Stringer’s deposition has been canceled, pending further talks by the commission on how it wants to proceed…

The potential for the ethics charges to disappear doesn’t sit well with Christy Yamanaka, the 48-year-old New York City stripper at the center of the JQC’s probe…

…Last year, Stringer denied any wrongdoing after Yamanaka told reporters he owed her money form an investment on property they shared in Hawaii.


Christy Yamanaka and Judge Thomas E. Stringer Sr. pictured below the investment property in Hawaii

The ethics charges accuse Stringer of providing the stripper with access to bank accounts opened in his name so she could hide assets and income from creditors…

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