Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Ex-FSU Player Faces New Charge

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Ex-FSU Player Faces New Charge

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Former Florida State teammates are thinking about Kamari Charlton as he awaits a possible caning in Singapore. Charlton, who played at Florida State from 1992-96, already knew on Friday he could be caned for staying in Singapore with an expired visa.

Friday brought further legal troubles. Singapore officials charged Charlton with fraud after he allegedly bilked an Australian man out of thousands of dollars, the Associated Press reported.

Police are also investigating Charlton for money laundering.

If Charlton is found guilty, he could be lashed at least three times with a cane and face up to six months in prison.

UNC TELLS NCAA THE BENEFITS WERE PROVIDED

North Carolina told the NCAA that three people acted as "prospective agents" by providing benefits to players in connection with the ongoing investigation into the program, including one who works for NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus.

The school named Rosenhaus employee Michael Katz in documents sent to the NCAA to report violations as part of the process to reinstate players suspended or held out of games due to the probe. …

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