Dylan Jason Syer Wiki – Dylan Jason Syer Biography
According to Dylan Jason Syer Bio, Wiki, Wikipedia and Biography, is the personal shopper who allegedly robbing over $1 million from comedian Kevin Hart credit cards. Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz says Syer allegedly made over a million dollars in unauthorized purchases using Hart’s credit cards between October 2017 and February 2019.
He first started working with Hart in 2015 when he was hired to obtain several items for the actor through his personal shopping business.
Dylan Jason Syer is 29-year-old as of 2021.
Robbed Over $1M from Kevin Hart credit card
He allegedly robbing over $1 million from comedian Kevin Hart credit cards, according to the District Attorney, Syer charged about $923,000 on Hart’s credit cards combined with $240,000 worth of jewellery and watches bought from a California jeweller.
With Mr Hart’s stolen money in the defendant’s bank account and at his disposal, the defendant then purchased thousands of dollars of fine art and other collectables, and at least 5 Patek Phillipe watches valued at more than $400,000, the District Attorney said. Among these art and collectable purchases was a Sam Friedman painting, at least 16 Bearbrick collectable dolls, 5 KAWS collectable dolls, and two Louis Vuitton Keepall Bandouliere bags.
After Syer was arrested on Wednesday, investigators searched his home, reportedly discovering about $250,000 worth of cash and goods.
According to the DA, Syer charged about $923,000 on Hart’s credit cards combined with $240,000 worth of jewellery and watches bought from a California jeweller.
Syer is scheduled to return to court on Feb. 17. If convicted as charged, he could face up to 25 years in prison. It was not clear if Syer has obtained legal representation.
He is now accused of allegedly making over a million worth of unauthorized transactions on the same card in the course of 19 months. “The investigation revealed that the defendant used his business’s credit card processing account to make unauthorized charges on Mr Hart’s credit card.
Once those credit card charges were processed by Syer’s bank, the proceeds poured into Syer’s checking account. In total, Syer allegedly charged approximately $923,000 on Mr Hart’s credit cards without authorization, in addition to $240,000 worth of jewellery and watches purchased from a high-end jeweller in California,” the press release states.