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    Former child actor Scott Schwartz claims he got ripped off by a Playboy Playmate in 2011, now he's trying to publicly shame her (update: she responds to Druff by e-mail!)

    Remember Scott Schwartz? He starred in The Toy with Richard Pryor in 1982, and then was the kid who got his tongue stuck to a flagpole in A Christmas Story.





    Well, apparently Schwartz befriended a Playboy Playmate named Audra Lynn, who appeared in Playboy in 2003.





    In 2011, Audra, whose modeling career was long in the toilet, allegedly borrowed $500 from Scott.



    He says that when she "paid him back", she put a stop on the check. Now she's blocked him on Facebook, and he finally had enough and posted this:

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    Audra's looks had already slipped by 2011. I can only imagine what she looks like today. She's now 39.

    Here she was in 2011, when he loaned her the money:




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    *** DECEMBER 2019 UPDATE *** Audra Lynn, the accused playmate, responded to Druff via e-mail. Scroll down to see her response!

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    Jews tend to be spiteful when owed money

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by big dick View Post
    Jews tend to be spiteful when owed money
    You gotta admit that borrowing money and then putting stop payment on the repayment check is pretty awful.

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    I have a feeling this has much more to do with than a lousy 500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by splitthis View Post
    I have a feeling this has much more to do with than a lousy 500.
    I do wonder if she at least banged him prior to this loan being made, or if he was just friendzoned and hoped to get a piece of her, and then she borrowed $500 and ghosted him.

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    PFA is the #1 result on google for "scott schwartz audra lynn"

    Blowing up huge.

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    Folks, folks, folks! It’s been more than seven years since that loan was made. The debt should be released, no?

    https://www.natlbankruptcy.com/are-t...nkruptcy-code/

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    At the end of every seven years you shall grant a release of debts. And this is the form of the release: Every creditor who has lent anything to his neighbor shall release it; he shall not require it of his neighbor or his brother, because it is called the Lord’s release.”
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    Great news, everyone!

    Audra Lynn made contact with me (I had totally forgotten about this story), and is telling me her side. An update is coming shortly!

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    great news

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    Looks like she's now ghosted Druff.

     
    Or maybe he just fell asleep again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hockey Guy
    I'd say good luck in the freeroll but I'm pretty sure you'll go on a bender to self-sabotage yourself & miss it completely or use it as the excuse of why you didn't cash.

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    Didn’t Scott go the porn business after his acting career fizzled, maybe has something to do with that?

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    Nice. Can’t wait to hear about this one.

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    She’s a 6 at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texter View Post
    Didn’t Scott go the porn business after his acting career fizzled, maybe has something to do with that?


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    Here is the promised update.

    First e-mail:

    Quote Originally Posted by Audra Lynn
    He had me sign 500 stickers he promised he was going to collect at the end of this autograph show before I got on a flight. I took time away from fans to sign them and money I was earning signing autographs at a busy show. He never came to collect them. Then he came at me saying I owed him $500. I wrote the check and my lawyer flipped out and said, “what are you doing, you lived up to your end of the deal!” So he advised me to cancel the check. I lost that much by taking time out at the autograph show. It was never a loan.

    My response:

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff
    What do you mean by "500 stickers"? What were these stickers for? Are you saying that he never loaned you money, but instead believes you owe him $500 because he never got his stickers back? Did he pay you $500 initially for the stickers?

    Her response:

    Quote Originally Posted by Audra Lynn
    He was going to do these trading cards and so I signed stickers for those trading cards. Yes he initially paid me $500. I took a big chuck of time out of a very busy autograph show to get them done for him before I flew. He never came to pick them back up. I had no contact with him. He then came at me during an autograph show saying I owed him this money. So I wrote the check. Later that day my lawyer came by the autograph show and said you did what? I told him I wrote him a check for the money. He said I did the work, he didn’t come get them as promised before you left the show. I lost out of autograph sales while I was signing them. That would have only been 25 photos I missed out on for make that $500. I thought I would do him a favor and sign them even though I knew I would probably lose out on money. Then he never came to pick them up. That’s not fair to me.


    Cliffs:

    - Scott paid her $500 for signing stickers for trading cards during an autograph show

    - Scott never came to pick them up

    - Later (at another autograph show?), Scott claimed that she owed him the $500 back, since he never got the signed stickers back from her. She reluctantly agreed and wrote him a check.

    - Her lawyer told her that she didn't actually owe him that money, so she stopped payment on the check


    She also said she's willing to answer more questions about this.

    Any more questions from the peanut gallery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Here is the promised update.

    First e-mail:




    My response:

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff
    What do you mean by "500 stickers"? What were these stickers for? Are you saying that he never loaned you money, but instead believes you owe him $500 because he never got his stickers back? Did he pay you $500 initially for the stickers?

    Her response:

    Quote Originally Posted by Audra Lynn
    He was going to do these trading cards and so I signed stickers for those trading cards. Yes he initially paid me $500. I took a big chuck of time out of a very busy autograph show to get them done for him before I flew. He never came to pick them back up. I had no contact with him. He then came at me during an autograph show saying I owed him this money. So I wrote the check. Later that day my lawyer came by the autograph show and said you did what? I told him I wrote him a check for the money. He said I did the work, he didn’t come get them as promised before you left the show. I lost out of autograph sales while I was signing them. That would have only been 25 photos I missed out on for make that $500. I thought I would do him a favor and sign them even though I knew I would probably lose out on money. Then he never came to pick them up. That’s not fair to me.


    Cliffs:

    - Scott paid her $500 for signing stickers for trading cards during an autograph show

    - Scott never came to pick them up

    - Later (at another autograph show?), Scott claimed that she owed him the $500 back, since he never got the signed stickers back from her. She reluctantly agreed and wrote him a check.

    - Her lawyer told her that she didn't actually owe him that money, so she stopped payment on the check


    She also said she's willing to answer more questions about this.

    Any more questions from the peanut gallery?
    ***Final--no more rewrites @ 7:24 pm 12/9***

    1-what happened to the 500 stickers?
    2-did the original deal specify when/where/how the stickers when signed were to be gotten back to him?
    3-what proof is there that the stickers were signed by you?
    4-did you discuss other remedies to his not getting the stickers? such as did you offer to sign 500 more stickers rather than return the $500? return only part of the money as compensation for the opportunity cost?
    5-given that she had to leave, did she make arrangements with someone (such as the show manager/organizer) to hold the stickers until the other party returned to pick them up? (that would seem a reasonable thing to do under the circumstances).

    from the evidence provided so far, in my opinion she owes the money...there appears to have been a contract made to which there was no evidence by writing, there was fault claimed with the performance of the contract (non-delivery) and then the parties agreed/made a 2nd contract to remedy the fault in the a original contract by the return of the compensation ($500), and lastly the 2nd contract was deliberately breached (payment of 2nd agreement check stopped)..

    that there was no writing evidencing the original contract does not invalidate the original contract (not over dollar amount specified by law to require writing, not requiring more than 1 year to perform, etc). Thus, the original contract appears to be binding to the parties.

    In any contract, both parties are obligated to act reasonably and in good faith in making the contract and in performing the obligations they undertake. Here, there was a problem with delivering the signed stickers back to the other party. It should be foreseeable that the time/place of product delivery would be an issue to the contract, and without warning from the other party, the purchasing party could reasonably assume the signer would be there until the announced closing time of the show---I don't recall if she stated she had to leave early and thus could not hold the stickers. So by default, the closing time of the show and the place of the contract is reasonable delivery time/place. Leaving early without making alternative arrangements for delivery is not acting reasonably.

    I doubt there was an attorney telling her to stop the check--it sounds as if she is trying to make her position more weighty by claiming it has legal opinion backing it--so I don't give any merit to that claim. Also, I would expect a lawyer to suggest settling/compromising the dispute rather than just stiffing the other party.

    Finally, she was an adult at the time of the original contract and the subsequent remedy agreement--given that the original contract appears enforceable, there is no valid legal reason to allow her to breach the remedy agreement (illegal contract, insanity of one of the parties, one of the parties being a minor).
    Last edited by GrenadaRoger; 12-09-2019 at 08:26 PM.
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    what a complete trainweck these ppl are. a $500 discrepancy between 2 famous ppl that involves a lawyer, this thread is a 1.5/10

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    I asked her 3 of 4 GrenandaRoger questions (I left out the one demanding "proof", because it may be off-putting, and it may be difficult/impossible to show such proof after 8 years).

    I will post the answers when I get them.

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    I say you cut and paste that 10 page nonsense you wrote for Kessler and Jasbral, add both their names and change the ending, and see if either one of these folks actually knows how to read and comprehend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Any more questions from the peanut gallery?
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    I'd say good luck in the freeroll but I'm pretty sure you'll go on a bender to self-sabotage yourself & miss it completely or use it as the excuse of why you didn't cash.

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