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[Gossip] Angus T. Jones' New Spiritual Adviser Was Arrested Twice
Posted by Joseph Lee on 12.05.2012



Star magazine (via Radar Online) reports that Christopher Hudson, the founder of the ForeRunner Chronciles who was joined by Angus T. Jones when he called Two and a Half Men "filth" has been arrested twice. He has a history of financial problems as well.

In 2005, Hudson was stopped by police in Nassau County, New york and charged with driving an uninspected car with a suspended license and registration. He was charged again seven months later for driving without a license after a car accident.

He avoided paying the fines until years later when he moved to Alabama, where Forerunner International Ministries is based.

On April 2, 2012, he was arrested in Columbus, Georgia, for driving with a suspended license and failure to obey a traffic device. He spent five hours in jail and was let out on a bail of $860. He later pleaded guilty to the second charge and was placed on a year's probation. The arrest notified the authorities in New York and 11 days later he was in jail for a day at the Nassau County Correctional Facility on Long Island.

He hired a lawyer in May to resolve his problems at the Nassau Country Criminal Court. He paid $350 in fines, and all charges were dropped.

He also had a bill of $22,000 with the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group in July 2005. They were granted a default judgment $27,000 by a judge two years later. This included interest, costs and disbursements. There has still been no "satisfaction of judgment" according to court documents.





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