Scottie Pippen's former money man going to prison

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Scottie Pippen's old investment advisor is going to prison for fraud.

Robert Lunn was sentenced to three years in federal prison on Tuesday for defrauding Pippen, a suburban bank, and another client out of more than three million dollars.

Lunn misled the bank about the value of his assets to get a big loan -- and said Pippen knew about the loan.
But prosecutors said the former Bulls star didn't know anything about it.

In addition to the prison sentence, Lunn was ordered to pay the bank back more than $1.1 million -- and to pay Pippen $400,000.