Regina Hill

Suspended Orlando city commissioner Regina Hill is facing seven felony charges for allegedly spending a 96-year-old woman's money on surgeries, hotels and other high-cost personal expenses. Hill is charged with three counts of exploitation of the elderly, two counts of fraudulent use of personal identification, one count of mortgage fraud and one count of scheming to defraud over $50,000. The charges stem from Hill meeting with the 96-year-old woman in March 2021, taking power of attorney over her a month later and allegedly exploiting her financially for about three years, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Hill is accused of spending the woman's money on 'expensive bottles of perfume,' clothing, 'numerous intravenous infusions of vitamins,' a facelift, a New Year's Eve hotel stay in Miami, dental surgery and car insurance payments for her vehicles. She also allegedly obtained a second power of attorney to purchase a residence with the 96-year-old woman as the co-signor without her knowledge or consent, for more than $400,000.