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Former ‘Survivor’ contestant sentenced to prison for child porn

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Former ‘Survivor’ contestant sentenced to prison for child porn
Former ‘Survivor’ contestant sentenced to prison for child porn

A previous competitor of the CBS TV demonstrate “Survivor” has been sentenced to no less than a year in jail for having youngster obscenity.

Michael Skupin showed up Tuesday in Oakland County court in rural Detroit. He requested benevolence from the judge and said he’s “profoundly sad.” But Skupin denied downloading the photographs on his portable PC.

In a different case, he was put on post trial supervision and requested to pay $31,800 to casualties of a money related plan. Amid that examination, powers discovered youngster porn on Skupin’s portable workstation. He was indicted in November.

Skupin will be qualified for parole following a year. The longest he can be kept in jail is four years.

In 2001, Skupin must be cleared from the “Survivor II: The Australian Outback” in the wake of falling into an open air fire, yet he returned for “Survivor: Philippines” in 2012.

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