Today's Observer story details accusations about former United Way CEO Gloria Pace King's expenses. A statement from the agency's chief financial officer says King "double dipped" on meal expenses and charged the agency for personal travel.
According to court papers, King spent $5,343.51 for creation of a 23-page leather-bound book profiling her life in business.
Click here to read the sworn statement from chief financial officer Shelley White.
King's attorney Bill Diehl says his client denies all the allegations. King is accusing the United Way of discrimination, wrongful termination and illegally breaking her employment contract.
Click here to read grand jury subpoena and copies of receipts.