For­mer ‘Sur­vivor’ con­tes­tant en­ters plea in larceny case

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - KICKOFF -

A for­mer “Sur­vivor” re­al­ity show con­tes­tant who was con­victed of pos­sess­ing child pornog­ra­phy has en­tered a plea in an al­leged Ponzi scheme.

Michael Skupin pleaded no-con­test Mon­day to larceny by con­ver­sion. The state at­tor­ney gen­eral’s of­fice says Skupin must re­pay $30,000 in resti­tu­tion as part of his plea in the larceny case.

The 54-year-old Skupin had to be medi­vacked dur­ing the 2001 “Sur­vivor II: The Australian Out­back” af­ter fall­ing into a camp­fire and burning his hands. He later re­turned to

Michael Skupin

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