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Former New Jersey Governor Caught Up In Jonas Brothers Ticket Scandal

Former New Jersey Governor Caught Up In Jonas Brothers Ticket Scandal

There's a corruption and Ticketmaster scandal a-brewin' in New Jersey, as it has been revealed that while his government was pursuing Ticketmaster in court over its ticket practices, the office of Jon Corzine was claiming 57 tickets for U2, Jonas Brothers and Springsteen concerts via via Ticketmaster. It was revealed that around 350 seats were held by Ticketmaster for a bunch of government officials, which brings up some obvious questions of collusion and bribery. Thusly, new governor Chris Christie announced plans to launch a review of the ticket holdings to see if they were above ground, etc. Just think, a former governor could face corruption charges due to Jonas Brothers tickets. We live in a crazy world, gang. [NJ

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There's a reason it's considered one of the most corrupt state governments in the country.

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