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Michigan Man Charged with Extorting Money from John Stamos Says FBI Destroyed Compromising Photos of Actor; FBI Denies That

John Stamos

John Stamos

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

A northern Michigan man busted by the FBI on charges of trying to extort $680,000 from actor John Stamos, said his plan was to sell unflattering photos of the actor as part of a legit business transaction. He said it was not part of any extortion plot as the government claims, the Associated Press reported.

The claims came in court filings in Michigan on Tuesday. The defendant, Scott Sippola also claimed in court papers that the FBI destroyed the unwholesome photos of Stamos, AP reported.

The FBI said no pictures that would have embarrassed Stamos even existed, the AP reported.

The government says they tried to get $680,000 from Stamos. Assistant U.S. Attorney Maarten Vermaat says Sippola’s claims are a “standard defense in blackmail cases.”

Stamos’ TV credits include “ER” and “Full House.”

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