STAMFORD, Conn. – Chris Hansen, best known as former NBC host "To catch a predator," contacted the Connecticut police on Monday on charges of poor control. claims he has not paid $ 13,000 despite the police warning, according to Stamford Advocate.
Owner Peter Psichopaidas filed a complaint in April, saying the check he had received rebounded. an affidavit stating that Hansen also paid after having agreed to give a statement to the police. "I told Chris … that almost $ 13,000 is a lot of money for Mom and Pop business, and it is not fair that he has accepted the material but has not paid for it," he writes.
Hansen was already offering coffee cups and T-shirts as a way to attract investors to the 2015 Kickstarter campaign to revive "Get a Predator" that NBC has canceled. (The campaign worked, something like.)
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