Former Vice President Joe Biden’s niece ponied up more than $100,000 in court-ordered restitution Friday after pleading guilty to stealing a borrowed credit card.
Caroline Biden, 30, paid back the money she stole as part of a plea deal she agreed to in June 2017, wherein she agreed to pay $110,810.04 in exchange for pleading guilty to grand larceny in New York City’s Manhattan Supreme Court, the New York Post reported.
As part of the plea deal, she managed to avoid jail time—a judge sentenced her to two years’ probation so long as she stayed out of trouble and paid back the money she stole to the court.
Police arrested Caroline in May 2017 and charged her with grand and petit larceny.
In addition to avoiding jail time, the court agreed to drop the grand larceny charge and allow Caroline to re-plead to a lesser charge of petit larceny after she does ten days of community service.