Billings, MT -

A 32-year-old woman suspected of impersonating a nursing student at a Billings hospital earlier this year has reached a plea agreement in a federal fraud case.

The Billings Gazette reports Angela Corson Smith is expected to plead guilty Monday to bank fraud and wire fraud and be ordered to pay nearly $151,000 in restitution.

Prosecutors allege Smith forged her husband's signature to get a home equity loan, borrowed thousands of dollars from a man and got others to invest her alleged plans to open a medical billing company.

Smith earlier pleaded guilty bank fraud, but U.S. District Judge Sam Haddon rejected the plea. Smith's public defender said he believes Haddon rejected the deal because some restitution issues were not addressed.

She has not been charged in the nurse impersonation case.