Jonny Craig Checks Into Detox, Rise Records to Reimburse MacBook Scam Victims

by | Feb 28, 2011

Dance Gavin Dance/Emarosa frontman Jonny Craig has checked into a detox treatment facility in North Hollywood, CA, a week after his MacBook scam went public.

Rise Records and Artery Management issued a public apology in regards to Craig’s MacBook scam, and will reimburse the victims for their financial losses.

“[Craig’s] addiction needed immediate attention and with the help from MusiCares, we were able to make it happen,” commented Rise Records’ Craig Ericson and the Artery Foundation’s Eric Rushing in a statement. “Rise Records and Artery Management will reimburse all people who Jonny took advantage of financially. No one will be getting ripped off and we’d all like to issue a public apology to anyone who had been taken advantage of.”

Former Tides of Man frontman Tilian Pearson will fill-in for Craig on Emarosa’a current run with Chiodos. Dance Gavin Dance’s upcoming US trek is expected to go on as planned.

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