An ex-employee has been charged with stealing 22 million dollars from the Jacksonville Jaguars and using the money to take an expensive shopping spree. Kashaun Alan Davis, who is a former employee of the Jaguars, is facing multiple criminal charges related to a large-scale theft. According to police reports, he fraudulently took nearly 22 million dollars from the Jaguars organization and used the money to purchase expensive luxury items. The theft was discovered last month when the Jaguars’ accounting team noticed suspicious activity. After conducting an internal investigation, they found that Davis had obtained large sums of money from their accounts and transferred them to various personal accounts. Police were alerted to the crime and launched an investigation, eventually charging Davis with a number of felonies, including grand burglary, grand theft, money laundering, and criminal conspiracy. Davis has denied all charges, though the evidence suggests a strong case against him. The stolen money was used for purchases of items such as a Rolex watch, a Mercedes-Benz, and a luxury vacation to Hawaii. This case serves as a reminder of the potential dangers of financial crimes. It’s important to stay vigilant and protect yourself from potential scammers, thieves, and identity thieves. The Jacksonville Jaguars organization is now taking measures to ensure such events do not happen in the future. Davis is set to appear before a judge in the coming weeks and could face severe penalties if convicted. The Jaguars organization have yet to publicly comment on the theft, but they are most likely hoping to get back the stolen money and will likely seek out lawsuits against Davis. Regardless of whether or not Davis is convicted, this case highlights the dangers of fraud and how important it is for organizations to stay on top of their finances.