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Shoes, Shirts, Dresses, Etc: 34 Items Prosecutors Want McDonnells to Return

Former Virginia Governor and wife expected to hand over plenty if convicted.

McDonnell during a data center event in Ashburn. Credit: Dusty Smith
McDonnell during a data center event in Ashburn. Credit: Dusty Smith

By Rachel Hatzipanagos

The indictment brought down against former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, filed Wednesday painted a portrait of a couple with expensive taste. 

A Rolex watch, an Oscar de La Renta dress and thousands of dollars spent on food and course fees at an exclusive golf club were among the items the McDonnells were accused of accepting and not disclosing.

If convicted of the 14 felony counts brought against them, the McDonnells would face a maximum of 30 years in prison.

Authorities also said they would have to return some of those gifts. Below is the property that is subject to forfeiture:

  • The sum of not less than $140,805.46;
  • Black Rebecca Minkoff shoes;
  • Black Louis Vuitton shoes;
  • White Louis Vuitton shoes;
  • Cream Louis Vuitton purse;
  • Cream Louis Vuitton wallet;
  • Silver Rolex Watch engraved with "71st Governor of Virginia";
  • Yellow Peter Som dress;
  • Blue Armani jacket and two matching dresses;
  • Two Gold Oscar de la Renta dresses;
  • Black Louis Vuitton rain coat;
  • Gold Oscar de le Renta sweater;
  • One pair of Amelia Rose earrings;
  • One Gear sweatshirt;
  • Two pairs of Foot Joy golf shoes;
  • One button-down Ralph Lauren shirt;
  • One white Peter Millar golf shirt;
  • One baby blue striped Peter Millar golf shirt;
  • One royal blue Peter Millar golf shirt;
  • One aqua Fairway Greene Tech golf shirt;
  • One white striped Ralph Lauren golf shirt;
  • One Ping University of Virginia golf bag;
  • One Ping Kinloch golf bag;
  • One Sun Mountain Notre Dame golf bag;
  • Two sets of golf clubs;
  • One Heather Mackenzie water color and frame;
  • Two iPhones;
  • 30 boxes of Anatabloc

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