Recovering addict made a show of helping other addicts, but now he’s charged with bribery, kickbacks

A recovering addict made a show of helping other addicts turn their lives around. However, a recently unsealed indictment showed that he was charged with using his charities as an elaborate scheme to bill insurance companies for millions in fraudulent charges, while giving patients desperately in need of help costly and unnecessary treatments.
What are the details?
Joseph Lubowitz, 29, of Pennsylvania ran an addiction recovery center in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He publicly made a big deal about helping others suffering from addiction like he had, but the government alleges it was all for show.
Lubowitz is accused of sending patients to Palm Beach County, Florida, unnecessarily in return for kickbacks and bribes. These Florida treatment centers would then run expensive tests on these patients and bill the insurance companies. In some cases, the insurance companies were billed twice for the same test.
The Department of Justice announced that Lubowitz and two other men,

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