The items ranged from the luxurious to the mundane—watches, a 60-inch television, a frosted shower curtain liner, designer clothing and shoes, a nose hair trimmer.

There were more than a dozen pairs of Air Jordans, including one with a “gold toe” design. Other alleged purchases included an Apple laptop, a sleeper sofa from Crate & Barrel, a 24-inch gold chain necklace, a 1980s-style prom king costume and a white-gold pinkie ring.

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