MANHATTAN (CN) - The former controller at Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities pleaded guilty Monday to a four-count superseding federal information charging her with conspiracy, falsifying books and records and making false filings to the SEC.
As part of her plea deal, Enrica Cotellessa-Pitz agreed to cooperate with prosecutors, who continue to investigate the biggest known Ponzi scheme of all time.
The SEC also sued her.
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