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NC man violates probation to appear on Springer

LINCOLNTON, N.C. – A North Carolina man was sentenced to three days in jail for violating probation by leaving the state to appear on "The Jerry Springer Show." The Gaston Gazette reported Thursday that Richard Peterson's probation officer spotted him on the TV program taped in Connecticut. The 30-year-old man and his girlfriend got all-expenses-paid trip to appear on the show, where Peterson boasted about a one-night stand with a stripper.
A video clip shows Peterson running around the stage dodging swings from his girlfriend. While the couple fought, the stripper started twirling around a pole. The stripper and Peterson's girlfriend then turned on each other.
Peterson was on probation for possession of marijuana and resisting an officer. He was in the Lincoln County jail Thursday. A jail spokesman said Peterson had no listed attorney.
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I don't blame him. Free trip to NY break up with the girlfriend and go to jail all in one week. NICE!
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