Bella Collina, FL: Troubled Orlando Lawyer Tim McCullough has had a very large dose of bad news lately. To start, according to public records, Mr. McCullough was accused recently by an ex-client for forging the ex-client’s signature on an affidavit that McCullough needed in a state case, which is related to the sham Federal case. The client refused in writing to McCullough that he would not sign the document. McCullough proceeded to forge the ex-client’s signature, then notarize the forgery. He shockingly filed this forgery in a state case without the ex-client knowing about it. Recently, this ex-client issued a startling public apology letter to individual defendants at Bella Collina stating, “certain actions taken” were possibly “not legitimate” on his behalf by McCullough.
McCullough now faces possible felony charges in the forgery case against him by the State of Florida. McCullough will learn his fate late summer in a hearing before the judge where he submitted the falsely notarized forgeries in the related state case.