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Esther Andrade Olson, a former assistant branch manager for the $4.5 billion Educational Employees Credit Union in Fresno, Calif., who stole from members’ accounts to promote herself on TikTok, is scheduled to be sentenced in March.

Although she signed a plea deal with federal prosecutors in August to plead guilty to one felony count of embezzlement by a credit union employee, her change of plea hearing was not held until last week in a Fresno federal courtroom, according to court filings.

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