JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New trouble for the Ponte Vedra Beach woman once accused of faking her own kidnapping.
Court documents show Quinn Gray's probation officer said she violated probation. Her attorney, Mark Miller, said she did nothing wrong. He also said she has now changed her name to Quinn Hanna.
In the Department of Corrections affidavit, probation officer Garrett James accused Hanna of violating several parts of her probation.
He claimed she did not pay fees for supervision, court costs, drug testing fees and restitution. He said Hanna missed payments on these fees for the month of October.
He also alleged she violated a court order by giving a written statement to the NBC news program Dateline. The program spotlighted her case last month.
The court ordered her to pay more than $44,000 in fees and restitution this past February.
Miller said his client has been paying the agreed upon amount of $1,000 per month. "I think when the court sees this and understands that she was contacted by media and provided a statement through her attorney about what happened on Labor Day weekend that year, I think the court is going to understand and make the right decision."
The judge will decide if Hanna violated her probation. If so, there will be a hearing.
As a side note, in her divorce proceedings, her ex-husband pays her $10,000 per month.
First Coast News