Monmouth County Man Charged with Selling Giants Season Tickets
A Matawan man could face up to ten years in prison for allegedly pretending to be an NFL representative and selling more than two dozen season tickets for Giants games at MetLife Stadium, according to Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
47-year-old John N. Gorman was arrested last week by detectives with the Prosecutor's
Office and Aberdeen Police and charged with second degree Theft by Deception. He's accused of stealing more than $75,000 from victims in the tri-state area from November 9, 2008 through July 31, 2010.
According to the Prosecutor's Office, Gorman, as a season ticket holder for the New York Giants football team, fraudulently represented he had Personal Seat Licenses (PSL) for sale, according to the prosecutor's office.
A PSL is a one-time fee that provides a license to individuals for the subsequent purchase of season tickets. The PSL was set up by the Giants Stadium, LLC to coincide with the opening of the MetLife Stadium in 2010. Information pertaining to the PSL program was sent out to season ticket holders.
Anyone with additional information or who has had contact with Gorman concerning the purchase of PSLs is urged to call the Prosecutor’s Office at 1-800-533-7443.