PROVIDENCE HOGAN ORGANIZED LAVISH FUNDRAISERS FOR HER DAUGHTER'S SCHOOL AND, AFTER SKIMMING NEARLY $100,000 FROM THE PTA, SHE WAS CAUGHT RED-HANDED, ON "PINK COLLAR CRIMES," SATURDAY, SEPT. 15
"The Outcast of Brownstone Brooklyn" - Providence Hogan was a pillar of her ritzy Brooklyn community. She served as the treasurer of her daughter's public school where she organized lavish fundraisers, and, after skimming nearly $100,000 from the PTA, she was caught red-handed, on PINK COLLAR CRIMES, Saturday, Sept. 15 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
PINK COLLAR CRIMES is an outrageous true-crime series inspired by a growing crime wave in the country: felonious females. These are the 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. Each episode includes insight and analysis from prosecutor, author, and television correspondent Marcia Clark.