Kevin Hart’s Personal Shopper Accused of Stealing Over $1 Million From Comedian

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As your career grows, so does your need for a larger team, but sometimes good help can be hard to find.

According to People, Kevin Hart‘s personal shopper took his title a little too literal, as he used the comedian’s credit cards to fund his personal shopping.

Twenty-nine year old Dylan Jason Syer was arraigned in Queens Supreme Court on Wednesday (Feb. 10) facing grand larceny and other charges.

Syer was charged on a 10-count indictment with grand larceny in the first and second degree, criminal possession of stolen property in the first and second degree, identity theft in the first degree and scheme to defraud in the first degree by acting Queens Supreme Court Justice John Latella.

In addition, the DA filed an asset for forfeiture action against Syer in civil court, “seeking to seize, restrain, and ultimately forfeit Syer’s assets up to the amount that he allegedly stole. Any recovered assets will first be used to make any victims of this crime whole.”

Syer started working for Hart in 2015 and in a matter of 19 months is accused of laundering approximately $1.2 million of Kevin Hart’s money into his own accounts. With the funds, he is alleged to have purchased a combination of jewelry, luxury bags and collectibles.

If convicted, Dylan faces up to 25 years in prison.

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