Phony SEAL Sentenced

| February 17, 2023

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Valor thief Christopher “Rusty” Custer was sentenced to prison and ordered to pay restitution for fraud in Lexington, Kentucky. The phony SEAL’s crimes were first posted by Steve here:

Phony SEAL – Custer’s Last Stand II

A Lexington man who lied about being a Navy SEAL and put false information on loan documents in order to start a horse business has accepted a plea deal in federal court.

Man Who Lied About Being a Navy SEAL to Start Lexington Horse Business Sentenced to Prison

By Taylor Six

A man who lied about being a Navy SEAL and put other false information on loan documents in an attempt to start a horse business in Lexington has been sentenced to prison time for fraud.

Christopher “Rusty” Custer was sentenced to three years and five months in prison and ordered to pay $578,014 in restitution for one charge of bank fraud, which he pleaded guilty to in October 2022 as part of a deal.

Well, bye.

Category: Crime, Phony SEAL, Valor Vultures

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I love all the “ordered to pay restitution of $XX”. Like they are going to see one cent from 99.999% of these scumbags?


His prison mates are “gonna ride him like a horse… There’s a new _itch in town!”


…and put him away wet.


Someone new to grace the cover of “Prison Bride Weekly”… Thor, Bubba, Julio and Mr. “Tiny” are gonna be in love!

Skivvy Stacker

He’s gonna have an asshole big enough to park a Peterbilt 18 wheeler, with room for a ’58 Caddy.

jeff LPH 3 63-66

Are all semi cabs now made with automatic trainees ?? I asked a couple of gear jammers who had automatic trainees. I drove a 3 axle truck with 15 gears with the split axle road range pop up on my right.

RGR 4-78

I figure this fake seal will have a split axel right after some gear jammer drives his tri-axel up his road range.


He’ll see a lot of “studs” in prison too.

Green Thumb

Phil Monkress and All-Points Logistics failed this man.


Somewhere Lori Benton weeps….


They suggested restitution payments be made in the amount of $5,000 monthly.

“Custer should not be permitted to commit himself to a lavish lifestyle on credit and then claim the inability to compensate the victim of his crime because his expenses are too high,” the prosecution wrote.


His moon will be doing a dance thru-out Cell Block C.

jeff LPH 3 63-66

A day late to go PUNNY on this one

A Proud Infidel®™

I’m sure that Bubba & Thor will have a BALL with his ass before they pimp him out to the rest of the cell block, I can already picture Valor thief Christopher “Rusty” Custer being led around holding the outturned pocket of whatever fellow inmate “owns” him at the moment.