Quinn Gray fake kidnapping
October 25, 2011 by staff
A probation officer filed a complaint in court Monday saying Quinn Gray, who goes by Quinn Hanna since divorced, violated her probation by falling behind in restitution and court costs and filing a statement that ” Dateline NBC “on her case, according to a report of rape.
Hanna pleaded no contest to one count of extortion in February and received seven years probation.
She was found in the parking lot of Orange Park on September 7, 2009, three days after her husband reported her missing. She told police she had been kidnapped by criminals who demanded 50,000 and a debt of her husband.
Attorney Hanna, Mark Miller, said her client’s statement to “Dateline” was not a violation of her probation because they include information about your family, a stipulation of her probation contract, and did not initiate contact with the show. NBC aired a two-hour special detailing her case on September 23.
The rest of violations mostly belong to the restitution owed to the state as a result of the search after her husband reported her missing.
Hanna still has more than 44,000 y. She receives and 10,000 per month as part of their divorce settlement, according to the report.
If a judge decides that she is in violation, Hanna could be re-sentenced to two years of community control, which Miller said is basically house arrest, or four to six months in prison.
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