Edis Kayalar, the man charged with trying to extort Cindy Crawford for $100,000 has surrendered to police. Read more on the blackmailer below.
Edis Kayalar walked into a police station on Monday to surrender. Kayalar has been charged in Los Angeles with one count of extortion. If he is convicted, he could face up to two years in prison.
The United States has formally requested Kayalar’s extradition.
Edis Kayalar allegedly threatened to release a photo of former supermodel Cindy Crawford’s daughter gagged and tied to a chair when she was only 7 years old. Cindy Crawford’s daughter said that a former nanny took the picture as part of a “cops and robbers” game.
Kayalar will appear before a judge on Tuesday.
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