Government prosecutors Wednesday revealed details from the case they brought against former Chicago Alderman Sand Jackson.
Court documents show that Jackson failed the claim about $600,000 on her income tax returns between 2005 in 2011.
Prosecutors said some of the improper funds she used included 3100 purchases amounting to $27,421.22 from her aldermanic campaign account.
$60,857 in restaurant charges
$16,058.91 in gym expenses
$17,163.36 spent at a tobacco shop.
$14,513.42 in dry cleaning expenses.
The government recommends a sentence of between 18 to 24 months in prison.