He faces two felony charges related to theft and stolen property.
Now followers of the celebrity phantom-chaser have come forward to claim that this incident is just the latest in a series of Buell’s scams.
The openly bisexual reality television personality, who founded the Paranormal Research Society at Penn State University when he was just 19-years-old, said: 'Hopefully getting to say I'm cancer free by Christmas!
Every episode of the show was outlined by the production team first, co-executive producer Tina Gazzerro stated, to ensure that a producible episode will result.Is the latest celebrity scandal just another case of the all-too-familiar “Dr. This comes at a time that Ryan was gaining attention in the paranormal scene for being one of the most scandalous celebrities the field has ever seen.The question that remains unanswered is, did Ryan do this alone?Did he end up in jail facing prison time with thousands of angry fans and hundreds of thousands of dollars allegedly conned from ticket sales, twitch events, merchandise, raffles, and even charging for phone calls to “speak to the star” on his own? Docket Number MJ-49101-CR-0000274-2016 Buell’s highly successful hit series, “Paranormal State” in which he served as Co-Exec Producer, ran for six seasons on A&E with the final episode aired on May 2, 2011.His memoir, “Paranormal State: My Journey into the Unknown” was released in 2010.The most recent post on his condition was on Tuesday: "Hey everybody.