Ex-WFAN Radio Host Craig Carton Is Selling His Sweet $2.4M Home Because Lawyers Aren’t Cheap
Craig Carton, the former sports radio host from WFAN accused of a huge Ponzi scheme involving buying and selling tickets, is back in the news this week. The former NY sports radio morning host is accused of multiple counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and securities fraud.
First, the former morning host did his first interview since his legal troubles began. In the interview, he briefly discussed the case and then ripped current backup QB for the New York Giants, Geno Smith. It was just like old times.
Today, Carton is back in the news because he’s selling his $2.4m New Jersey home.
Located in Chester, NJ, the home has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and sits on a 4.39-acre lot. The property also features a walkout basement with a rec room, a heated pool and basketball court.
Here are some photos from the official Trulia listing for the property.
Here’s to hoping he gets full price. Defense lawyers aren’t cheap.