Nickelback Star Victim Of Alleged Identity Theft


As Nickelback prepare to release their new studio album "Feed the Machine" on June 9th, a man has been arrested for alleged identity theft of drummer Daniel Adair.

A Florida man was reportedly arrested this week by Port St. Lucie police on two felony fraud-related charges after allegedly using Adair's identity to purchase $25,000 of drum microphones, according to to People (via ABC).

The drummer became aware of the problem when the band's business rep contacted him to confirm a purchase of "tens of thousands of dollars", according to the report.

Police were told that Adair "had his identity used to fraudulently order drum parts from a company in Vienna, Austria".


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