An retired Los Angeles nun will plead guilty for embezzling $835,000 in the basic college where she functioned to be able to pay for her gaming habits and other private costs, officials said .

Kreuper, who’d taken a vow of poverty for a nun, functioned as a leader at St. James Catholic School in Torrance for 28 decades and allegedly embezzled the funds for 10 years before her retirement at 2018.

“The community of religion in St. James was shocked and saddened by these activities along with the parish, faculty and also the archdiocese reported that the issue and completely cooperated with police from the criminal investigation,” the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, that reported discrepancies in faculty capital in 2018 to government, said in a statement, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Kreuper’s attorney, Mark Byrne, stated she had been”very remorseful” within the alleged offenses, including that a psychological illness triggered her judgment, The Times reported. He added that she’s spent her entire life helping others.

She had been responsible for tuition and fee payments in addition to charitable contributions and she commanded several of their faculty’s credit union accounts throughout her time in the college, the release stated.

Kreuper allegedly diverted cash to the St. James Convent Account along with also the St. James Savings Account”to cover for costs which the purchase wouldn’t have accepted, much less compensated for, such as large gaming costs incurred in casinos and particular credit card fees.”

She also allegedly confessed to falsifying yearly and yearly financial accounts for the faculty to pay her thieving and”lulled St. James School and the Administration to thinking that the college’s funds were properly accounted for and its own financial assets properly guarded, which, in turn, allowed suspect Kreuper to keep her accessibility and management of their institution’s finances and balances and, consequently, continue working the fraudulent scheme,” the release stated.