Triad businessman, whose clients include NFL players, pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit wire-fraud, money laundering

A businessman who provided financial services to professional athletes, including players in the National Football League, on Wednesday pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering.

The guilty plea by Jason Jernigan comes almost a year after his business partner, Michael Rowan, was sentenced to 65 months in prison for embezzling $2.9 million from professional athletes. Rowan, of High Point, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and filing a false 2011 income tax return in 2016.


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