• Mississippi gave 'Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase's nonprofit over $2M in welfare money

    7 monthes ago - By News OK

    By Giacomo Bologna, Luke Ramseth | The Clarion-Ledger The state of Mississippi doled out more than $2.1 million in welfare to a religious and wrestling nonprofit run by former professional wrestler Ted DiBiase Sr., state records show. DiBiase, who as a wrestler dubbed "The Million Dollar Man" wore a golden championship belt adorned with dollar signs, later turned to preaching and formed a nonprofit in Mississippi called Heart of David Ministries. Heart of David Ministries had relatively meager funds until DiBiase's son was hired as deputy administrator at the Mississippi Department of...
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  • Mississippi gave $2M in welfare money to wrestler's group

    Mississippi gave $2M in welfare money to wrestler's group

    7 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times

    JACKSON, Miss. - The state of Mississippi gave more than $2.1 million in federal welfare money to a ministry run by former pro wrestler Ted DiBiase Sr., who was known in the ring as “The Million Dollar Man.” DiBiase is the father of a man recently indicted on charges of embezzling federal welfare money...
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  • Mississippi gave $2M in welfare money to wrestler's group

    Mississippi gave $2M in welfare money to wrestler's group

    7 monthes ago - By Star Tribune

    The state of Mississippi gave more than $2.1 million in federal welfare money to a ministry run by former pro wrestler Ted DiBiase Sr., who was known in the ring as "The Million Dollar Man."
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