STAMFORD, Conn. – Chris Hansen, known as the former host of NBC's "To Catch a Predator," reported Monday in Connecticut on charges that he had issued a bad check.
The 59-year According to Stamford's lawyer, the American should not have paid a $ 13,000 mark despite the police warning.
Hansen allegedly ordered 355 ceramic cups, 288 T-shirts, and 650 vinyl stickers from Promotional Sales Limited of Stamford, Connecticut, for $ 12,998.05 in September 2017.
Owner Peter Psichopaidas filed a complaint in April He said a check he received had been repulsed was a sworn affidavit stating that Hansen was also at liberty after he agreed to make a statement to the police.
The prosecution came after Hansen was warned that he might be arrested for theft, according to investigator Sean Coughlin. "I told Chris … that nearly $ 13,000 is a lot of money for an" aunt and pop "business, and it's not fair that he accepted the material but did not pay it," he writes.
By The Ahead, Hansen previously offered coffee cups and T-shirts to attract investors to a 2015 Kickstarter campaign that would revive "To Catch a Predator" and annul the NBC. (The campaign worked, so to speak.)
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