NY nursing home sued, residents drugged, owner pockets state funds
EAST MEADOW, Long Island (PIX11) — A nursing home in Long Island is being sued for the second time by New York Attorney General Letitia James, this time for financial fraud and resident neglect, NYAG’s office announced Tuesday. Fulton Commons Care Center and its owners and operators are being...
Link to the actual complaint, with the principal's actual names, instead of just the name of the nursing home. Can't believe this article just doesn't say their names.
The individual respondents named in the petition are Moshe Kalter, principal owner of Fulton Commons; Kalter’s wife Frady Kalter; Kalter’s brother-in-law Aaron Fogel, and his wife Esther Fogel; Kalter’s eight adult children, Mindy Steger, Sheindy Saffer, Chana Kanarek, Dovid Kalter, Yitzchok Kalter, Aryeh Kalter, Sheva Treff, and Chaya “Sara” Lieberman; Kalter’s nephew Steven Weiss, Fulton Commons’ Comptroller; and Cathie Doyle, Fulton Commons’ administrator until November 16, 2022.
Also named, as stated above, are the companies used to siphon funds from Fulton Commons: New Fulton, which provides administrative services to Fulton Commons; Fulton Realty A, which owns the real property on which Fulton Commons sits; Fulton Realty B, which is an owner of Fulton Realty A; and New Bridge View, which provides bookkeeping services to Fulton Commons and New Fulton. In addition to Fulton Commons, Kalter is the principal owner of New Fulton, Fulton Realty A, and New Bridge View, and is President of Fulton Realty B. Fogel is part-owner of Fulton Commons and Fulton Realty A.
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