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Chris Hansen to be evicted in NYC as records show Catch a Predator host owes $250,000 in taxes, $60,000 to American Express, $125,000 to bank, and over $1MILLION to his mortgage lender 

 

Chris Hansen owes $250,000 in taxes, $60,000 to American Express and over $1 million for

Court records obtained by DailyMail.com reveal that Chris Hansen has been in financial trouble for some time. The host of Crime Watch Daily owes $57,931.72 to American Express, $126,356.35 to TD Bank, over $15,000 to Ally Financial and $1,078,164.73 to US Bank Trust according to complaints filed in Connecticut courts over the past three years. On top of all this, Hansen owes over $250,000 in back taxes and was recently arrested for allegedly writing $13,000 wort of bad checks. And making matters worse, TMZ is now reporting that Hansen has been evicted from his New York City apartment.



To Catch a Predator host Chris Hansen is charged with bouncing checks after payment for a $13,000 order of marketing material, including 355 mugs and 288 t-shirts, failed to go through

To Catch a Predator host Chris Hansen is charged with bouncing checks

To Catch a Predator host Chris Hansen has been accused of bouncing checks after a $13,000 payment for marketing materials failed to go through.  The 59-year-old TV host was charged on Monday in Stamford, Connecticut for issuing a bad check.  Hansen had ordered marketing material, including 355 mugs, 288 t-shirts and 650 vinyl decals, from a local vendor for upcoming events. The bill came to $12,998.05 but several checks that Hansen wrote bounced.

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