McClain County, Okla., prosecutors added three more counts of embezzlement to eight already filed against Regina K. Clark, a partner in the now defunct Sooner RV north of Purcell.

In addition, a judge approved her attorney’s request to withdraw from the case, according to a report in the Purcell Register.

The attorney wrote in his motion to withdraw that Clark has “failed to maintain an appropriate level of communication with counsel” and also that she misled him regarding fulfillment of their contractual obligation.

With the new charges, Clark is alleged to have stolen more than $334,495 from the sale of recreational vehicles consigned to Sooner RV.

With the exception of two instances, all of the embezzlements reportedly occurred in a three-month period from August through November 2014.

A preliminary hearing conference was reset to July 1 and Clark was ordered to appear with an attorney or the state can seek to increase her bond.

In addition, a new civil lawsuit was filed last week in McClain County District Court against Sooner RV, Clark and her estranged husband, Brett Clark.

Also named in the suit filed by Tinker Federal Credit Union were Donald and Autumn Bellinger, U.S. Bank NA and Charles and Judith Adams.

The lawsuit alleges the Bellingers traded in a 2002 RV on the purchase of a $91,300 RV on October 14. That RV had been consigned by the Adamses, with a lien held by U.S. Bank NA.

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