Here are the latest details.
Craig Carton, a sports radio host for WFAN, was arrested earlier this week for fraud. The co-host of Boomer & Carton is accused of running a sham ticket-reselling operation to pay back roughly $3 million in gambling debts.
The New York Post is now reporting that Carton's Tourette syndrome charity, Tic Toc Stop, might have been connected in the scheme.
From their report:
Internal Revenue Service records show the Tic Toc Stop nonprofit has raised more than $1 million since Carton — who was suspended from his sports-talk radio job following his arrest Wednesday — founded it in 2013 to “fight against Tourette Syndrome.”
Carton and two of his four kids suffer from the condition.
But nearly all the cash raised has been spent on something other than Tourette syndrome, including a series of golf outings, galas and other fundraising events.
An expert from the Charity Navigator told the Post that these details are a major "red flag" for the charity.
You can view the full report here.