The hit FX biker series "Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 is not yet on air but the fans anticipation of the upcoming season finale is getting intense. The reason why fans will do anything just to stay close to the stars and one of which is the lead of the series Charlie Hunnam who plays SAMCRO's prince Jackson Teller.
The lead star of "Sons of Anarchy" is reportedly going to visit Mount Pearl but the promotional visit has been cancelled and was reported to be a scam. The meet and greet scam was supposed to take place on November, but it was rescheduled for Feb. 22 for $250.
The company behind the promotional event is Quebec-based Full Throttle Events who is responsible of bringing the show's lead to Newfoundland. Mile 1 Harley Davidson in Mount Pearl is the company who sold the tickets for the event.
But just last week, the company announced on its Facebook page that the event has been booked by a fake booking agent and Charlie is not coming to Mount Pearl. The Irish actor doesn't even know that he is scheduled to have a meet and greet planned for him in Quebec and another similar event planned for him in London, Ontario.
Full Throttle's Facebook message reads: "For those of you who have bought tickets to the events with Charlie Hunnam, we want to keep you informed and let you know that we are working diligently to be refunded from the manager that scammed the money from us."
The good thing is Full Throttle promised to refund the money. "We deeply apologize but we are NOT scammers and one way or another you WILL be refunded your money," says the post on Facebook.
On the other side of the world, "Sons of Anarchy" star Kim Coates (Tig Trager), Mark Boone Junior (Bobby Munson and Theo Rossi (Juice Ortiz) are going down under in Australia to have another meet and greet. The upcoming tour had released more tickets to cater the growing demand of fans along with a venue upgrade for the Perth show.
Organizers have to release 200 extra Silver tickets for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane shows. The Silver tickets are now for sale and the Perth show is now being moved from Metropolis, while the Fremantle is moved to the Astor Theatre in Mt. Lawley.
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