Cristina Warthen, who worked her way through Stanford Law as an escort and later pled guilty to tax evasion, has been sentenced to one year home detention and ordered to pay $243,000 in back taxes and fines.
Warthen, who advertised escort services under the name "Brazil," was accused by the Feds of prostitution. According to the San Francisco Chronicle story about her sentencing, Warthen is also now divorced from her husband David Warthen, the Ask.com co-founder who married her just four months after the government seized $61,000 in cash from her apartment, safe-deposit box, a storage locker and discarded law-school textbooks they found in her trash. Whatever will naughty Warthen do at home all day to pay back the government? We imagine Warthen's other tech entrepreneur friends must have some ideas.