Take That Conman Pleads Guilty
A fake ticket promoter is facing jail after he admitted targeting hundreds of Take That fans in a major concert scam.
Many devotees were left heartbroken after paying to see the British boyband perform in Birmingham, England in 2007 only to find the tickets they had bought online were fake.
Jason Debney, 38, appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court, England on 23 August (10) and pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud for setting up an eBay account in a false name and selling more than $12,000 (£8,000)-worth of fake tickets to fans.
He will be sentenced 20 September (10).