The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged two former senior accounting professionals at headphone maker Koss Corp. with accounting fraud, books-and-records violations, and related misconduct arising from the embezzlement of more than $30 million from the company.

The SEC alleges that Sujata Sachdeva, who was the vice president of finance and principal accounting officer at Milwaukee-based Koss, stole money from company accounts to make millions of dollars in payments on her personal credit card and for other extravagant personal purchases from luxury retailers. 

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