“Uncle Jesse” Comes Clean
We reported to you recently that John Stamos was heading to court to battle a man and woman who had tried to blackmail him with alleged photos of the “Full House” star doing drugs and partying with a minor.
Stamos’ image could have been seriously damaged if these photos did indeed exist, putting him on the hot seat for having a relationship with a 17-year-old female and partaking in other illegal activities.
Well, we have some great news to report! To find out the result of yesterday’s court case verdict, read on.
[pullquote quote="I would like to thank the court, the FBI and the U.S .Attorney's office for their swift and efficient dealings in connection with this case." credit="John Stamos thanks those involved with the court case."]
Scott Sippola and Allison Coss were officially convicted of extortion after trying to sell damaging photos to Stamos for $680,000.00. The photos ended up not even being real- prosecutors say they were never found.
It took about five hours for Jurors to decide that Sipolla and Coss had just webbed a tangled weave of lies to try to get money from the actor and that Stamos was innocent.
The hearing to decide how much jailtime the Michigan couple will do is set for October. Until then, Stamos can finally get some peace and quiet, and, hopefully, get back to work on a new tv show- Full House 2.0?