Antonije Stojiljkovic and Jaira David have pled guilty to charges related to Krisitijan Krstic’s Ponzi empire.

Stojiljkovic’s plea agreement was filed on November 23rd. David’s on November 29th.

Stojiljkovic was arrested in July 2020 and extradited to the US in February.

Stojiljkovic was indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

As per Stojiljkovic’s plea agreement, he’s pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

The agreement imposes “a maximum fine of $250,000, or twice any pecuniary gain to the defendant or loss to the victim(s)”.

The maximum 20 year prison sentence has been reduced to “not more than 60 months” (5 years).

Stojiljkovic might also have to pay restitution “to victims or to the community”, some of which will be obtained via “forfeiture of property”.

Deportation is also likely after Stojiljkovic has served his sentence.

Stojiljkovic and his attorney signed the agreement on November 18th.

Jaira David was indicted in March 2020. He was arrested in the US on June 17th.

David initially pled not guilty to two counts; conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

As per David’s plea agreement, he too is pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

David’s potential sentencing penalties mirror that of Stojiljkovic, with exception of a three year supervised release.

David and his attorney signed the agreement on November 24th.

Kristijan Krstic (right), the ringleader of the busted Ponzi empire, remains at large.

Pending extradition to the US, Serbian authorities released Krstic back in July. He promptly fled and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

The DOJ has yet to address Krstic’s status on the case docket.