Haverhill Woman Accused of Medicaid Fraud Returns to Court in June

Salem Superior Court.

A Haverhill woman, facing trial for alleged Medicaid fraud as well as harassing a potential witness, returns to court June 1.

Crystal Clark was indicted during February, 2016, on charges she filed false claims with MassHealth while serving as a personal care assistant for her disabled son. A second indictment was handed down last December for allegedly sending “intimidating and harassing text messages to a key witness.”

Clark appeared in court last Friday, but no further action was taken while both the state and defense seek more information. A pre-trial conference is planned for the June court date.

Attorney General Maura Healey alleges allege Clark billed MassHealth more than $64,000 for services that were not provided. The second indictment contends “She also allegedly asked the witness to draft a false statement contradicting the testimony and documents presented to the grand jury.”

One thought on “Haverhill Woman Accused of Medicaid Fraud Returns to Court in June

  1. This woman should either pay back every dime of the money she stole, or if she can’t pay it, she should be required to work it off. Why should anyone get away with stealing money from Medicaid. She has stolen from all of us who pay taxes in The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Shame on her….