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Phony Lady Gaga tickets land Hermosa Beach woman in court

An Hermosa Beach woman who allegedly sold dozens of bogus tickets to a Lady Gaga concert on Craigslist has been ordered to pay at least $7,000 in restitution.

Debra Louise Brass, 27, pleaded no contest last week to charges of grand theft. In addition to the damages she was ordered to pay, she was placed on three years' probation, said Det. Mick Gaglia of the Hermosa Beach Police Department.

Police learned about the phony tickets from a woman who went to the August concert at Staples Center and was not able to get in, Gaglia said.

She learned of several others in line with similar stories and contacted police. An additional  47 people who tried to see the concert also identified Brass as the person who sold them their tickets, Gaglia said.

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The article below is not a spoof,, Lady Gaga says she is going to run for president, read it and you will understand

http://www.thespoof.com/news/magazine/inquiry_lady_gaga_replied_shes_going_to_run_for_president_8705.htm

How did these people not know they were counterfeit? Real concert tickets look and feel a certain way. You can't just print them from your computer.

Hahaha stupid Lady Gaga fans. That's why you don't buy anything off of Craigslist. Hahahaha.


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