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The camera doesn’t lie.
A New Jersey man was arrested in mid-January and charged with insurance fraud after he was caught on surveillance video tossing ice on the floor and allegedly faking a slip and fall, authorities said Thursday.
The article goes on to state the following:
Alexander Goldinsky, a 57-year-old independent contractor, was working for a company in Woodbridge, New Jersey, about 30 miles northwest of Newark, when he allegedly orchestrated the scam, according to the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
The office released surveillance video Thursday from the company’s empty break room, showing Goldinsky throwing the ice and strategically sprawling himself across the floor.
New Jersey man caught on camera tossing ice on the floor and allegedly faking a slip and fall before filing a false insurance claim, authorities say.
— ABC News (@ABC) February 1, 2019
The report states that Goldinsky filed a false insurance claim for hospital treatment and ambulances services, but was arrested on Jan. 15 after the surveillance video proved he staged the entire incident.
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