CBS true crime show ‘Pink Collar Crimes’ to feature Knoxville’s Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Stanfill
A new CBS documentary series will profile former Knoxville financial adviser Jacqueline “Jackie” Stanfill, who stole more than $8 million from her clients and was sentenced to nine years in prison in 2016.
The eight-episode true crime series, called “Pink Collar Crimes,” premiered on July 28 and highlights “impossible-to-believe, often absurd, true stories about the most unexpected women — PTA moms, country-club chairwomen, and more — who took big risks, pocketed big cash and then served hard time,” according to the show’s synopsis on CBS.com. Marcia Clark, who was the lead prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson murder trial, appears in the series to give legal insight on the cases of each episode.
FBI investigates, Stanfill indicted
Trouble began for Stanfill in January 2015. FBI agents visited her firm, Stanfill Wealth Management LLC, as part of a criminal investigation, according to a previous News Sentinel story.
That same month, she also faced a lawsuit from former client Joey Ducote, and former clients Renee J. Repka and Sherry Jenkins joined the lawsuit one month later in February.