Former Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum has been indicted on multiple charges connected to campaign contribution fraud before and during his 2018 run for governor of Florida.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Florida unsealed the indictment Wednesday, showing Gillum has 21 counts against him. The indictment alleges that Gillum accepted gifts and campaign contributions from an undercover FBI agent.
Gillum is facing charges of conspiracy, wire fraud and making false statements, the court document says.
Sharon Lettman-Hicks was also listed as a defendant in the indictment.
Read the 26 page Gillum Indictment.