Apr 17, 2015

Woman Made Over $34,000 Selling Fake Glastonbury Tickets


One woman sold so many Glastonbury tickets that she’s facing possible prison time for it.

Christine Babb plead guilty to 29 counts of fraud by false representation, AKA selling fake tickets. Babb made over £23,000 ($34,388) by selling these 29 fake tickets.

The prosecutor says Babb told  victims that she worked in the music industry and could get discounted tickets to Glastonbury.<!–/*
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