Estranged Wife of Former KY Mayor Accused of Financial Exploitation

James A. Brown served as Cynthiana Mayor in the mid 90s and then was re-elected in 2007 to 2009.

James Brown’s estranged wife, Brenda Kay Brown is now accused of exploiting him.

According to an indictment, Kay is accused of financially exploiting Brown while he was incapable, due to mental or physical dysfunctioning to manage his own resources.

Kay Brown also faces a first degree perjury charge and second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

WKYT was not able to locate Kay Brown to ask for a comment.

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Estranged Wife of Former Kentucky Mayor Accused of Financial Exploitation


3 Responses to “Estranged Wife of Former KY Mayor Accused of Financial Exploitation”

  1. Thelma Says:

    So? Financial exploitation by family members is nothing compared to what court-appointed "fiduciaries" are stealing from their victims (wards).

  2. StandUp Says:

    I would imagine former mayor James Brown will end up in a guardianship under one of those court-appointed fiducaries, Thelma.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    We're talking millions – MILLIONS of dollars she stole. Not just a few thousand dollars. Forged over a dozen deeds and illegally transferred his property. Made and forged a new will leaving his remaining millions to her and her kids. Remember, they were only married a few months before he had his stroke a couple of years ago. It was these court-appointed fiduciaries you are quick to accuse of financial abuse who caught on to his wife's criminal activity. You need to get your facts straight.

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