A Democratic fundraiser was found guilty Friday of engineering a $21 million bank fraud scheme.
Courtney Dupree was convicted of vastly overstating the billings of his Long Island City-based lighting company GDC Acquisitions in order to fraudulently obtain a loan from Amalgamated Bank.
Dupree sat stone-faced as the verdict was read in Brooklyn Federal Court. He faces up to 30 years in prison.
Dupree, who attended the elite Wharton School of Business, was a rainmaker in Democratic circles.
His company counted NBC Universal and Goldman Sachs among its clients.