Ask, and so shall you receive!
Citing that she was a single mother who desperately needed the funds, Wilkey’s wish was granted. In court documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com, the judge ordered, “The property posted as security is no longer reasonably necessary to secure the appearance of the accused, and is hereby ordered released.”
As Radar previously reported, Wilkey was indicted on wire fraud charges for entering a “fraudulent marketing contract.” But her lawyers had argued that she had “met the…spirit of her release conditions,” and deserved to have the large sum returned.
For the latest on her case, stay tuned to Radar!