Rafael Olmeda has the scoop concerning Brenda’s disclosure form woes.
The Sun Sentinel link is here: Broward clerk of courts to admit fault in ethics probe over finances.
From the article:
“Forman, 62, and the Florida Commission on Ethics reached a proposed agreement in which she will pay a $5,000 fine for apparently blurring her financial assets and debts while omitting bank account information — Forman admitted the errors and said she overlooked some instructions and didn’t understand others. She denied deliberately misleading the commission.
The full commission meets on Friday and will either adopt or reject the agreement.“
Portions of Brenda’s financial disclosures filed as Clerk of Court through 2019 are pictured below, together with an addendum which was filed to each year’s form on April 2, 2020. There are serious fluctuations from year to year, and a student loan not previously disclosed was added via the 2020 addendum. Her most recent disclosure, filed in June 2020, was posted on JAABLOG on June 8th.