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In his quest to buy a $3 million Central Florida home, FBI agents say, Curtis Allen Sutton told a real estate broker he is a medical doctor, an heir to the Etch a Sketch fortune, and that his dead father was a U.SsenatorThe 23-year-old also claimed to have a family net worth of $350 million — plenty to afford the Altamonte Springs-area luxury home already furnished with pricey antiquesvar adSkipCounter = 0; But Sutton's life as he told it was nothing more than an elaborate tale that has landed him behind barsFederal prosecutors in Orlando have gone after Sutton for falsely representing Social Security numbers as part of his efforts to prove credit-worthiness, and a grand jury on Wednesday indicted Sutton on two countsSutton, also known as Curtis Kilgallen, appeared at a brief court proceeding Thursday, where he pleaded not-guilty to both chargesAccording to a criminal complaint, Sutton, using the name Kilgallen, contacted a real estate broker in January about the Altamonte Springs-area homeCurtis told the broker his alleged family history and provided several items, including a Social Security number, Georgia driver's license, and statement of assets and liabilities, which lists a net worth of more than $160 million, the complaint saidBut officials say the Social Security number Sutton provided belongs to someone else, the license was fraudulent and a bank official said the statement he provided is a fakeThe FBI agent talked to another real estate agent in late January, who also had a run-in with SuttonThe real estate agent said he placed an online ad to sell an Orlando-area home, and on Jan15, a person who identified himself as Curtis Kilgallen contacted him and said he wanted to buy the propertySutton also provided documents and information to the real estate agent, and said he owned a company and earned about $7,700 a week, the criminal complaint saidThe real estate agent let Sutton move into the home, but then learned the bank account information he provided was falseThe real estate agent said he confronted Sutton, accused him of fraud and ordered him to leave the houseSutton initially threatened legal action, but then the real estate agent told Sutton he didn't think he had enough money to hire a lawyer, the complaint saidAfter the real estate agent threatened to call the police, Sutton agreed to leave the homeIn that case, the Social Security Administration again said Sutton was using a fake number, the Georgia driver's license was fraudulent, and other information he provided was falseIf convicted, Sutton faces up to five years in prisonapavuk@tribune.com or 407-420-5735 window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({ mode: 'thumbnails-f', container: 'taboola-below-article-thumbnails---archives', placement: 'Below Article Thumbnails - Archives', target_type: 'mix' }); MORE:Lottery results for Powerball, Florida LottoLottery results for Powerball, Florida LottoDo your homework before painting or sealing cool deckPuerto Rico birth certificates: How to get a new oneLottery results for Powerball, Florida LottoLottery results for Powerball, Florida Lotto if(navigator.userAgent.indexOf("MSIE") >= 0){ setTimeout(function() { //Fixed IE issue- Ref Bug 17996 var openxframe= frames["openxi-339767"].document; openxframe.open(); openxframe.write('if (!window.OX_ads) { OX_ads = []; } OX_ads.push({ "auid" : "339767" });'); window.openxframe.close();; },200); }else{ var openxframe= frames["openxi-339767"].document; openxframe.open(); openxframe.write('if (!window.OX_ads) { OX_ads = []; } OX_ads.push({ "auid" : "339767" });'); window.openxframe.close();; } Related ArticlesAgents Say Open Houses Seldom Close SalesOctober 14, 2001Nasa Asks Fbi To Move Unabom File Off ComputerMay 7, 1995Saddled With Woe, Atf Tries To Ride Out StormNovember 7, 1993No Secret To A Good AgentNovember 14, 1992Find More Stories AboutReal EstateIndex by Keyword|Index by Date|Privacy Policy|Terms of Service

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