The Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office has filed charges against an interior designer accused of taking more than $57,000 from a couple for work she didn’t perform.
Stacy Ivasic, 29, who is also known in some court records as Stacy McClellan, was charged Friday with theft valued at over $25,000.
Ivasic has denied the allegations.
An interior designer who has worked in New Orleans and Nashville was arrested by Jefferson Parish sheriff’s deputies after a local couple accu…
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested Ivasic Jan. 3 after investigating a complaint from a couple who hired her company, NOLA Interior Design, to decorate a home they were building in Lafourche Parish, according to authorities.
The Jefferson agency handled the case because the couple was living in a Metairie apartment as they built the home in 2018. Between July and September of that year, the couple, who are both 70, wrote four checks totaling $57,208 to Ivasic for furniture and other services, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Construction was completed in mid-2019, but the couple never received the ordered furniture. They tried to contact Ivasic several times but got no response, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Ivasic has been charged as Stacy McClellan with two counts of felony theft in Tennessee, where she operated Nashville Interior Design and IVA Interior Design and is accused of similar financial crimes, authorities said. Those two charges are still pending, according to Davidson County Court records.
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