Fans once again complained that Buell took money for events, and then they siad Buell either didn't show or the events were canceled - the most recent being a dinner in August. She posted several times on Buell's public Facebook page and The PRS Bureau's page.Buell's mother writes to Buell's fans, "PLEASE stop enabling his situation by sending money, buying tickets to events that may never occur, buying merchandise/phone calls you may never get, paying money to watch him on Twitch, and giving him offers of shelter ...
Buell had started a tour called "Conversations with the Dead Tour." Tickets were sold to shows in cities across the U. and Canada, but the shows got postponed and then canceled, leaving fans with no answers and looking for refunds.
Fans were out hundreds of dollars and wanted their money back. Some were able to get refunds by disputing the charge with their credit card company.
Buell, the host of the paranormal reality show “Paranormal State,” was previously arrested on theft charges in September 2016.
A non-jury trial for the theft charges is slated for May 18.
In 2014, Chip Coffey, a long-time friend of Buell's, was scheduled to be on the "Conversations with the Dead Tour" with Buell. At the time, Coffey said Buell and his team were in charge of all the details for the tour, but nothing was booked, despite selling tickets to the show."I know that the last accounting I had, with regards to ticket sales for the 'Conversations with the Dead Tour,' it was in excess of $80,000," Coffey said.
The 2014 incident was not the first time Buell canceled shows.
According to the affidavit, an officer responded at about p.m.
Friday to the 400 block of Waupelani Drive on a call stating Buell was potentially experiencing an overdose.
Many claim he took money for events, then either did not show up or canceled without issuing refunds.
More shockingly, others question whether Buell ever actually had the pancreatic cancer he reportedly battled in 2012.