Former UK Basketball Player Accused Of Selling Bogus Tickets

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Updated: 2/25 9:09 pm
Police accuse a former UK basketball player of selling fake tickets to games.

Preston LeMaster was a walk-on from 2002 to 2006.

Police said he took real tickets and photocopied them.

Investigators said LeMaster then sold the copies.

The buyers reportedly went to attend the game at Rupp Arena and found out the tickets were worthless.

LeMaster is the son of former UK basketball player Jim LeMaster.


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