Pardoned Pal Of Jared Kushner Pleads Responsible To Cyberstalking Prices

NEW YORK (AP) — A former newspaper editor who obtained a pardon from former President Donald Trump pleaded responsible Wednesday to state cyberstalking expenses in New York in a deal that might ultimately see the case dropped.

Manhattan prosecutors mentioned they may withdraw Ken Kurson’s misdemeanor counts of tried laptop trespass and tried eavesdropping in a yr if he performs 100 hours of group service and stays out of bother.

Kurson, a buddy of Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, was charged in August with hacking his spouse’s on-line accounts and sending threatening, harassing messages to a number of individuals amid heated

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