MAFS' Dan's Manager 'Begs' Melbourne Bar To Let Him Host
Despite only signing with a talent agency this week, it appears Dan Webb's manager is already having a hard time getting the 35-year-old work following his stint on Married At First Sight.
On Monday, the reality star's new manager reportedly contacted a Melbourne bar via Instagram, asking them if they would be interested in Dan 'hosting' an event night.
Melbourne's Section 8 container bar later shared the message publicly with the caption: "Never a dull day in our DMs. Vote Y/N, stay or leave."
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The message reads: "Hi there I hope you're well! I am MAFS Dan Webb's manager. Just wanted to touch base to see if you would be interested in having him in to host a night?"
While one person suggested the bar does a "MAFS Party" and invites Dan along, others were not so positive, writing: "Noooooooo, he'll try to scam your customers lol."
Despite his attempt at a media career, the future isn't looking too flash for the 35-year-old who faces a criminal charge of aggravated fraud.
The single dad is accused of cold calling 600 people and manipulating them to invest money in a “boiler room scam” with co-accused police detective Michael Featherstone.
POLICE ALLEGE THAT WEBB TALKED PEOPLE INTO BECOMING “PUPPET DIRECTORS” OF 12 SCAM COMPANIES IN EARLY 2014.
According to The Gold Coast Bulletin, the victims were allegedly asked to sign year-long contracts and pay between $500 and $1000 for a four-day trial of "betting and investment software".