***Bryan Zuriff, Ray Donovan producer***
Rather than developing a drama that is compelling Showtime series Ray Donovan producer Bryan Zuriff is featuring in his own crime series, this indicates, and it’s not having a really pleased closing for the troubled Hollywood mogul. Zuriff has entered a guilty plea with the Southern District Court of New York the Department of Justice arm that indicted Zuriff, along side 33 others, back April of in 2010 for a high-profile Russian mob-spearheaded, planned crime Web sportsbetting and high-stakes poker syndicate ring. The plea ended up being for Zuriff’s indictment on felony gambling charges and was received by U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara the other day.
Plea Deal and Forfeiture
Specifically, Zuriff’s fees include operating an illegal sports gambling business, transmission of sports wagering information across state lines, and acceptance of economic instruments for unlawful Web gambling; he has just pled guilty, as of now, to the last charge, and may receive as much as casinopokies777.com 5 years in the joint for his role in the international gambling scandal. Moreover, the producer will even have to forfeit half a million dollars to satisfy the regards to the feds to his plea deal. He now awaits sentencing on Nov. 25 three days before Thanksgiving and two ahead of the start of (very early) Hanukkah this year so it will be considered a holi