Biloxi Super Paid for Wedding with School Money

BILOXI, MS (Ben Caxton) — The former superintendent of the Biloxi school district is accused of using district funds and resources for his daughter’s wedding. Arthur McMillan retired last year and is one of several employees named in a federal lawsuit filed by whistleblower Victoria Conway. McMillan is accused of using district funds, equipment and employees to deliver and set up tables for his daughter’s May 2018 wedding. Conway worked for more than 10 years as the administrative assistant to the district’s child nutrition director, giving her direct knowledge about the use of the funds and resources. Conway says she was fired after writing a public letter of complaint to the school board. The lawsuit seeks compensation for lost income, mental anxiety, and damages.

 


2 Comments on "Biloxi Super Paid for Wedding with School Money"

  1. If y’all don’t call Shad White I know some!

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