NY Post saying that he had millions in gambling losses, did the ponzi to make up for it.
Carton turned to the ticket scam in the middle of 2016 as a result of accruing “millions of dollars’ worth of gambling-related debts to casinos and other third parties,” according to court papers.
In a Sept. 7, 2016, email to Meli and another associate, Carton wrote that he was “around $3 M in the whole [sic]” and that he “risked and lost $700 of investor money” — referring to a $700,000 loss — and that he owed [$825,000] ASAP” to the person. He also indicated that he owed “a total of $500 on the 12th” to two casinos, referring to a $500,000 debt, the complaint detailed.
There's nothing you can do in broadcasting that will disqualify you from working except for kiddie Pron.
That will kill a career.
Otherwise if people think they can make $$ with him then he'll be back.
And wait until details of sports betting come out.
Could be some amazing material there.