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New Jersey Man Accused, Charged in Two-Year New York Giants Season Ticket Scam

June 6th, 2014 at 7:00 AM
By Doug Rush

A Matawan, New Jersey man was accused and charged this week by authorities on a two-year New York Giants season tickets scam.

47-year-old John Gorman has been accused of stealing more than $75,000 between November of 2008 and July of 2010 by fraudulently saying that he had personal seat licenses (PSL) for sale and then not delivering on his promise.

Gorman is a New York Giants season-tickets holder, but prosecutors say that he misrepresented himself by saying that he was the ticketing manager for the team and thus, how he was able to get the trust of so many people and the money he's being accused of stealing from people.

The personal seat license that he claimed he was selling to people, provides people with the license for a season-ticket holder for the entire regular season.

Gorman, if convicted of the crime, which would be theft by deception, faces 10-years in prison.

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Tags: Football, New York, New York Giants, NFL

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