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Guy Posing As Heir To Disney Fortune arrested in Santa Clarita

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  • Guy Posing As Heir To Disney Fortune arrested in Santa Clarita

    But investigators say the Disney act goes deeper than donating phony passes to a nonprofit. When they looked into the case, they said they found out that Urquidez had a fake driver's license with the name Stephen Disney, and he had even created fake W-2 tax forms showing income from the Walt Disney Corporation.


    He was booked at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station on Tuesday, and he later posted a $20,000 bond and was released. KCAL 9 caught up with Urquidez, but he claimed that the whole thing was a big mix-up and that he never pretended to be a member of the Disney clan.


    Investigators are looking for anyone who might have come into contact with a certain Stephen Disney. If you have, call Santa Clarita Station Detective Elliott at 661-255-1121. In the meantime, beware of phony heirs.
    Guy Posing As Heir To Disney Fortune Gave Out Phony Disneyland Passes: LAist

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    Re: Guy Posing As Heir To Disney Fortune arrested in Santa Clarita

    Well, he had his 15 minutes of fame, guess now he'll have his 15 years in prison......

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      Re: Guy Posing As Heir To Disney Fortune arrested in Santa Clarita

      What was his motive, or goal?

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        Re: Guy Posing As Heir To Disney Fortune arrested in Santa Clarita

        Originally posted by CaliforniaAdventurer View Post
        What was his motive, or goal?
        attention maybe? which then backfired and he tried to deny the whole thing as a misunderstanding. *shrugs and shakes head at same time*

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