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A personal shopper hired by Kevin Hart has been charged with defrauding the Philly native of $1.2 million through unauthorized credit card purchases.
Dylan Jason Syer, 29, of Queens, allegedly used the comedian’s credit cards to purchase high-end jewelry and fashion items, including two Louis Vuitton bags and five Patek Philippe watches, and an array of fine art and collectibles, including a Sam Friedman painting, 16 Bearbrick dolls and five KAWS figures.
Syer was charged Wednesday with grand larceny, identity theft and criminal possession of stolen property. He faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted of all charges.
Kevin Hart‘s personal shopper took that title way too literally, according to prosecutors … who say the guy swindled Kev out of more than a million bucks.
Dylan Syer was in a NYC court Wednesday for his arraignment for grand larceny and 9 other counts … after he allegedly used Kevin’s credit card info to launder cash into his own account, and then burn through it.
Queens County D.A. Melinda Katz says Syer built trust with Kevin, when he was hired in 2015, by making legit, authorized purchases on behalf of Kevin. However, Katz claims Syer started
Kevin Hart’s former personal shopper appears to have been a rip-off.
Dylan Jason Syer, 29, was indicted and arraigned in New York’s Queens Supreme Court on grand larceny charges for allegedly stealing more than $1 million from the comedian, Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz announced Wednesday.
Katz alleges that Syer was “living out his uber-rich lifestyle fantasies” on Hart’s tab by making unauthorized purchases on Hart’s credit cards from October 2017 through February 2019.
“No one is immune to being targeted by fraudsters,” Katz said. “This defendant, who owned a personal shopper business, used legitimate purchases to gain access and
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