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Published: Sep 21, 2011
Quinn Gray's Fake Kidnapping To Extort $50,000 From Husband (VIDEO)
by Staff

The search for Quinn Gray was a national story in 2009. She pretended to be kidnapped to extort money from her husband. She schemed for $50,000 so she could run away with her lover.

Quinn claimed she was kidnapped by a mystery man and told her husband, Reid Gray, that he needed to pay $50,000 to the kidnapper.

There were problems with her plan. Her story just did not make sense and authorities caught on fast.

"Authorities cite, among other things, testimony from the manager of the hotel where Gray was allegedly being held saying she "didn't seem to be in distress at all," and a 90-minute audiotape they say captured the sounds of Gray and Osmanovic in the throes of passion, and then plotting the details of a fake kidnapping."

Gray's attorney claims that she was mentally unstable and had a bipolar disorder.

Gray was found in Orange Park Mall wandering and was sentenced to seven years probation. Her lover, Jasin Osmanovic got six years probation. (c) tPC

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