Texas Has 3 Days to Pick Up Vince Young Impostor Suspect on Sex Offense

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    The man charged with impersonating Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Vince Young went before a DC judge.

    A man suspected of posing as Vince Young will be released in three weekdays unless Texas authorities come get him on a more serious sex offense charge.

    Police suspect Stephan Pittman, of Fort Washington, of posing as the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and accepting money to make appearances, saying the money was for charity.

    He appeared in court on a felony fraud charge Thursday. He allegedly told a woman her donation would go toward equipment and sporting goods for a Prince George’s County, Md., charity and promised to put the woman on the charity’s payroll. She said he pressed her and made her feel intimidated so she gave him the money.

    If Texas doesn’t want him, Pittman will be released without bond but under supervision. He’ll have a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew, will have to check in with parole once a week and undergo regular drug testing. He’s also been ordered to stay away from any victims.

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