Florida Woman Imprisoned for Income Tax Evasion


A Florida woman who claims to be a psychic and who charged an elderly Martha’s Vineyard woman $3.5 million for exorcisms and “spiritual cleansing” is facing more than two years in federal prison for evading income taxes.

Federal prosecutors say Sally Ann Johnson, 41, of south Florida, was sentenced Wednesday to 26 months in prison and ordered to re-pay the woman and pay $725,000 to the IRS.

Prosecutors say between 2007 and 2014, a Martha's Vineyard woman paid Johnson about $3.5 million for services that claimed to rid the woman of demons.

Prosecutors say Johnson didn't report the income and tried to hide the money to avoid paying taxes.

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