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Popular Radio Host Sebastian Pleads Not Guilty to Gambling Charges

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Jan/20/2011
Sebastian

The popular Connecticut radio host Sebastian, whose real name is Joe Schlosser, has plead “not guilty” to charges of illegal professional sports gambling and transmission of said information. 

State Police made the arrests of Schlosser and 12 other individuals back in November.  Federal and state authorities assisted in the investigation. 

The Hartford Courant reports that court documents showed Schlosser paid more than $350,000 in gambling debts. 

He is due back in court on March 2.

- Gambling911.com Staff

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