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Gainesville woman reopens suit, writes book about guardian Fierle-Santoian | #scams | #elderlyscams


Gainesville resident Angela Woodhull’s life could be the basis of a feature film, not unlike Netflix’s recent Golden Globe-winning crime comedy movie “I Care a Lot.”

Woodhull is an educator, polka queen and private investigator who said she lost her nearly $1 million inheritance in 2008 after Florida courts, against her wishes, appointed her mother a legal guardian named Rebecca Lee Fierle-Santoian.

“I Care a Lot” tells the story of a corrupt guardian who scams money from the people she is supposed to look after, and Woodhull said that’s exactly what Fierle-Santoian — who is currently being criminally investigated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement — did to her mom.

Woodhull is taking the former Florida guardian to court for the second time now to try and get the money back. And she’s finishing a tell-all book called “The Guardianship Racket” that will air all the sordid details and hopefully become a documentary film, she said.

“I’m still in a state of shock, and this happened 12 years ago,” Woodhull said. “It’s absolutely crazy sensational, and it’s all true.”



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