Tom Selleck aka Magnum P.I. coughed up quite a sum of money over a Californian water conflict. It was cold hard cash amounting to $21,000 to be exact.
Who doesn’t remember the 80s series termed Magnum P.I. starring the gorgeous hunk Tom Selleck. Today the dude is getting on in years. He settled a water dispute recently by signing a check to the amount of $21,000. This was after the folks of a Californian water district raised an accusing finger at Selleck regarding his theft of their water supply.
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Selleck lives on a 60 acre ranch and he illegally used the water to irrigate his ranch. This was a crime and an offense that needed to be compensated for. And believe it or not, it was a private investigator who blew the whistle on Selleck.
Since the past two years or so, Selleck had been a prime suspect for water theft. And today it is a proven fact. A large tanker with a hose delivered water to Selleck’s large ranch. Since justice delayed is justice denied, Selleck was ordered by the court to pay the necessary fine.
The settlement is a done deal now that Selleck has paid the money which will not effect him much. It will probably effect his financial health to the extent that a mosquito bite may harm a blue whale. Tom is a rich man and he lacks nothing in the way of material riches and luxurious comforts.
The show Magnum P.I. which he appeared in back in the 80s amassed much wealth and fame for him. And today he is literally rolling in money. But the star failed to take notice of the situation that he had landed himself in. His tricky move of pilfering water from someone else’s aquaduct was simply inexcusable.
Tom has been known to endorse the use of firearms too. This landed him in much controversy with the lesbian talk show host Rosie O’Donnell many years ago. In his own times, Selleck was an extremely handsome man. And he still is in a way except that the passing years have added some meat on those bones.
Tom is one sneaky and shrewd dude. His siphoning off the precious water from the Californian district comes at a crucial time when California is facing drought. Hope you learnt your lesson now, Slick Selleck, for there is no such thing as a free lunch!
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