Alleged Cindy Crawford extortionist surrenders
The man charged with trying to extort $100,000 from Cindy Crawford and her husband, Rande Gerber, over an inappropriate photo of her daughter has surrendered to police in Germany, the AP reports. He must have realized trying to get money for a borderline bondage photo of a child probably wasn't too bright in hindsight.
Edis Kayalar, 26, walked into a Nuertingen police station to face one count of extortion, which could land him in prison for two years. A judge will rule later today whether he has to remain in detention.
Still no word on anything that could happen to Crawford's nanny, from whom Kayalar got the photo after the nanny took a shot of Cindy's 7-year-old daughter bound and gagged for a "cops and robbers" game. Note to self: The Juice*lings won't be allowed to play at Cindy Crawford's house.