UPDATE: In an amended criminal complaint filed by the MCN AG’s office on Feb. 11, the amount listed in misdemeanor count four of the charging documents was changed from $409.83 to $4,409.83.
OKMULGEE, Oklahoma – Mvskoke Media has obtained the charging documents of former Rep. Travis Scott.
The criminal complaint alleges that Scott committed a felony by swearing his oath of office in January, 2018.
If guilty Scott could face up to three years in prison and/or a fine of up to $15,000.
In addition to the felony charge, the documents list four misdemeanor charges of conflict of interest by a tribal officer.
The documents allege that over a period from July, 2018 to July, 2019, Scott’s business sold a total of $17,189.62 worth of merchandise to the Nation.
On August 12, 2021, the National Council issued its impeachment directive concerning then Rep. Scott.
The directive lists amounts that the Council accused Scott’s business of receiving, which total $107,584.33.
None of these listed amounts match the figures presented in the charging documents.
The charging documents also list the witnesses for the prosecution Investigator Robert Frost, records keepers for the MCN Department of Treasury, Office of Public Gaming, and National Council, and ShaRee Scott, former Rep. Scott’s ex-wife and daughter of Principal Chief David Hill.
Mvksoke Media will have ongoing coverage of this developing story.