Butler, PA

Austin Ayers Pleads Guilty

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After months of denying his charges online as a hoax, ‘Fake News’ and charges that were dropped, Austin Ayers has pled Guilty to Impersonating Public Servants and falsifying public documents. Thus bringing an end to two years of investigations, and false statements proclaiming his innocence. Ayers is no stranger to being under investigation, and this won't be the final time he'll be under the micrscope of the Pa state police.

Ayers faced charges of: Perjury, Tampering with Public Records, Making False Application for Registration, Theft, Impersonating Public Servants, and Much More

According to the search warrant, Ayers pulled over a 16 year old back in 2021 on a barely lit roadway in the darkness of night.Ayers has been running rampant in Pennsylvania for years masquerading as law enforcement, emts, pretending to be a "famous tik tok celebrity", Famous crypto investor, false millionaire, and has multiple false news websites. Ayers is responsible for dozens of fake twitter accounts, and fake online social media profiles.Ayers denies any wrong doing, and cites a conspiracy against him for the reason of his charges.Ayers was last in trouble for hiring a teen to shoot up someone's house in Butler with a BB gun following an online disagreement.A Facebook page titled, Stop Fake News in Butler Pa is dedicated to exposing Austin and his scams over the years going back to his teen age years.

Austin Ayers Currently remains free on $10,000 bond while awaiting sentencing.

This is an ongoing story and will be updated as the case progresses to sentencing.





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