If it wasn’t apparent from the recent Orlando shootings, the tragic murder of up and coming star Christina Grimmie, or the tragic accident at the Magic Kingdom where a toddler was dragged off by an alligator, Florida may be a state you want to avoid. Adding to Florida’s case file this week is a story out of Largo.

A 27-year-old man has been arrested for catfishing a mentally disabled woman after he posed as country singer Jason Aldean. Daniel Faris allegedly used two fake social media accounts to scam the woman out of approximately $2500 and had at least one sexual encounter with her.

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Faris is now facing grand theft charges. Faris was able to pull off his scam by posing as both Aldean and a friend of the country music star on Facebook. Using the woman’s fandom as leverage, Faris messaged the woman as a friend of Aldean’s and told her that Aldean was in love with her, but he was on tour at the time and needed money.

Initially Faris asked the woman for $2000 in order to pay for his tour costs. He did not get the full amount, but was able to get $230 on two separate occasions. He was also able to swindle $2,360 worth of checks from the woman, who he also had sex with.

The man admitted to police that he had a drug problem and that he used the money to fuel his prescription pill addiction. Faris is being held on a $4,000 bond as he awaits trial.