Cecille Villacorta, an ex-Saks employee, is on trial today for charges that she stole over $1 million from the Manhattan flagship store, money that actually went into her customers pockets. Sort of like a modern day Robin Hood except she was stealing from the rich and giving to the rich. Her big commissions and bonuses came from striking a deal with about 230 customers and selling over $27 million in jewelry; upon purchasing the jewels she told the trusted consumers they could expect a "refund" credit without ever making a return. On top of the $1M she's accused of stealing, she also received $50K in commissions. The 51-year-old faces 25 years in prison for grand larceny.