Tufts Health Worker Admits to Selling Personal Information of 1000s of Customers

A former Tufts Health Care employee pleaded guilty today to charges she stole the personal information of thousands of customers.

Emeline Lubin, 27, could serve up to five years in prison with three years of supervised release, and could face a fine of up to $250,000 or twice the amount she gained if it is greater.

Lubin started working in the Watertown office of Tufts Health Plan in 2010, where she passed on personal information to a Florida man involved in fraudulently collecting tax returns.

Prosecutors stated at today’s hearing that Lubin disclosed data belonging to over 8,700 Tufts customers.

Earlier this year the Florida man, Sniders Jean-Jacques, and Lubin’s brother, Melvin Lubin, pleaded guilty to the scheme.

Lubin will be sentenced November 13.


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