New Jersey man caught faking slip and fall for insurance money sentenced to probation, community service

New Jersey man caught on surveillance video faking a slip and fall was sentenced Monday to probation, community service and ordered to pay restitution, according to a report.

WABC-TV reported Alexander Goldinsky of Randolph received two years of probation and 14 hours of community service.

He also was ordered to pay $563.48 to an insurance company.

Prosecutors said the 58-year-old, an independent contractor who was subcontracted to do work at a Woodbridge company, filed an insurance claim for bogus injuries.

He filed a claim alleging he was injured after he slipped and fell at the business.

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However, security footage showed him intentionally throwing ice cubes on the ground. In the video, released by prosecutors, Goldinsky is seen "falling" onto the floor near the ice he threw.

Goldinsky was arrested in January and charged with third-degree insurance fraud and theft by deception.