Lizzie Mulder desperately wants to be part of Laguna Beach’s Maserati-driving, champagne-swilling, mansion-buying community. So she starts lying. And lying BIG: Pretending to be a CPA, swindling every client who hires her while impersonating a slew of compelling characters, and stealing people’s life savings in the process. But a rumored extramarital affair with a local cowboy puts her on the radar of an enterprising Laguna Beach police detective who is determined to put her behind bars. Will Lizzie’s victims see justice served? And will new evidence reveal her most brazen con yet?
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Where are Lizzie Mulder’s victims today? What was this con artist like as a child? And how the heck does that voice changing software work, anyway? Answers to all of these questions - and much, much more will be revealed in this final conclusion epis... more
Queen of the Con host Johathan Walton has uncovered new evidence that proves... while Lizzie Mulder was pleading guilty to scamming more than a dozen people in Orange County out of $1.5 million, she was also scamming a federal judge and two federal p... more
Once Detective Jordan Mirakian gets the IRS and FBI involved with the Lizzie Mulder case, a federal courtroom becomes ground zero for the con artist’s auspicious reckoning. In never before heard audio recordings of the gripping proceedings, victims c... more
I couldn’t get through first episode because of the girl’s voice who’s telling the story….Cringeworthy story with cringeworthy people telling it. Don’t recommend.
This could be a 2 episode podcast if there weren’t so many adds and repeated dialogue and information.
Episode one and I'm already like how did these people belive any of that crap!!! If anyone talks to me about their powerful boyfriend and I've never met him I can BS on the relationship. And then theirs that lawyer girl friend, the way she speaks and drags her words out a bit is like scratching a chalkboard to my ears.
30 minute episodes with 5 minutes repeated from previous episode. 11 minutes of ads and another 5 minutes teasing next week which will get repeated. This is a cash grab for 10 minutes of content.
Binged this in a day, could not stop listening. The story is amazing and Jonathan’s ability to be vulnerable and open really helped make the story that much more compelling. This woman has truly left a wake of devastation behind her which is very sad. Her daughter is impressive. I love the perspective that Jonathan presented in the episodes at the end, especially with Buddha Noah. hope the proceeds from telling the story help you recover the stolen funds.
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