Survivor alum Jonny Fairplay’s Virginia theft case is dismissed for lack of evidence

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Survivor alum Jonny Fairplay’s Virginia theft case is dismissed … after he was charged with stealing jewelry and furniture from Grandma’s house

The theft case of surviving alum Jonny Fairplay was dismissed in a Virginia court on Thursday after he was accused, along with his mother Patsy Hall, of stealing jewelry and furniture from his grandmother Jean Cook’s home in Danville, Virginia late last year.

The criminal case of the 47-year-old reality star and that of his mother were dismissed, TMZ reported, citing a clerk of the court in Pittsylvania.

‘The TRUTH will set you FREE!’ He said on Instagram in response to the TMZ report, months after he and his mother were accused of theft by his aunt in December.

The latest: Survivor alum Jonny Fairplay's theft case was dismissed in a Virginia court on Thursday after the 47-year-old reality star was accused of stealing jewelry and furniture from his grandmother Jean Cook's Danville home with his mother, Patsy Hall. , Virginia.  year

The latest: Survivor alum Jonny Fairplay’s theft case was dismissed in a Virginia court on Thursday after the 47-year-old reality star was accused of stealing jewelry and furniture from his grandmother Jean Cook’s Danville home with his mother, Patsy Hall. , Virginia. year

Fairplay and his mother took a $ 5,000 necklace, a leather chair and other furniture, his aunt said in the indictment.

Fairplay told the outlet that his aunt was unhappy with the charges filed and authorities dismissed the case because there was insufficient evidence.

Fairplay told TMZ that he was “disappointed that this could ever happen and relieved that it is over.”

Following his arrest in December, Fairplay, whose real name is Jon Dalton, told the outlet that he had been “wrongly charged by a family member” and that he and his mother “welcomed the opportunity to defend themselves.”

After his arrest in December, Fairplay said he had been 'wrongly charged by a family member' and that he and his mother 'welcomed the opportunity to defend themselves'

After his arrest in December, Fairplay said he had been 'wrongly charged by a family member' and that he and his mother 'welcomed the opportunity to defend themselves'

After his arrest in December, Fairplay said he had been ‘wrongly charged by a family member’ and that he and his mother ‘welcomed the opportunity to defend themselves’

Reality star: Fairplay, as seen in 2010, rose to prominence by appearing on the CBS reality series Survivor: Pearl Islands

Reality star: Fairplay, as seen in 2010, rose to prominence by appearing on the CBS reality series Survivor: Pearl Islands

Reality star: Fairplay, as seen in 2010, rose to prominence by appearing on the CBS reality series Survivor: Pearl Islands

Fairplay rose to prominence on the CBS reality series Survivor: Pearl Islands, in which he infamously lied that his grandmother had died as a tactic in the competition.

“The ‘Dead Grandma’ lie is still considered one of the greatest movements in history, not just of Survivor, but of reality television as a whole,” said Fairplay. THAT last year from the ruse. ‘I wanted to add an external element to the game and create the first reality villain.

“There had been ‘bad guys’ on reality TV before me, but they never looked for that personification. They claimed poor editing or creative storytelling. I embraced the role and enjoyed it. ‘

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