LOS ANGELES (AP) — A defense lawyer says a professed California psychic charged in a case involving the removal of a love curse is maintaining her innocence.
Attorney James Silverstein, who represents suspect April Lee, warned Friday against drawing conclusions from bare bones information in police reports.
Lee and husband Michael Johnson have been charged with grand theft, attempted grand theft and extortion after a man was bilked out of nearly $1 million, supposedly to break a curse that was keeping him from true love.
The Los Angeles Daily News (http://bit.ly/18Foe4K) says a bail hearing is scheduled Dec. 19 in San Jose. Meanwhile, the couple remained free and must wear GPS monitors.
Information from: (Los Angeles) Daily News, http://www.dailynews.com