Husband and Wife married twenty-seven years.
Husband, former CEO of corporation, convicted of accounting fraud.
Husband ordered to pay over $3 billion as restitution.
Divorce filed. Uncontested.
In divorce settlement, Husband sells home to Wife for $10.
Prosecutors seek to intervene, contending that Husband bought assets using fraudulently procured funds and Husband should not be able to shield them through a sham divorce.
This is the latest in a veritable rash of reportedly sham divorces that authorities or private corporations have sought to intervene in to preserve access to allegedly misappropriated assets.