Ex-‘Survivor’ contestant Jonny Fairplay charged with larceny in Virginia


A former contestant on the longtime hit present “Survivor” has been charged with grand larceny after some private results have been taken from a residence in Virginia, authorities stated.

In accordance with the Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Workplace, Jonny Fairplay, who competed on the truth competitors collection in 2003 and was identified for concocting the lie that his grandmother had died, was charged after a silver necklace and furnishings have been taken from a house within the space.

Fairplay’s mom, Patsy Terry Corridor, 68, was additionally charged within the matter, the Danville Register & Bee reported on Wednesday.

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This photograph supplied by the Danville Police Division reveals Jonny Fairplay. Fairplay, a former “Survivor” contestant has been charged in Virginia with grand larceny, authorities stated. (Danville Police Division by way of AP)

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The sheriff’s workplace stated Fairplay’s aunt filed the grievance, in line with TV station WSET. Sheriff’s workplace officers wouldn’t say who lived on the dwelling, in line with the Register & Bee.

Fairplay, 46, and Corridor turned themselves in at a Justice of the Peace’s workplace Friday after Danville police served them warrants, a police spokesman informed the newspaper.

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“I (we) have been unjustly charged by a member of the family. I welcome the chance to vindicate myself (and my mom),” Fairplay wrote in a message to the Related Press on Wednesday night.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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