There is not a lot that can be said about a man that has allegedly conned people out of there hard earned money for what thousands perhaps hundreds of thousands of people, his fans are now calling his alleged drug addiction.
Ryan Buell was first arrested and brought back to PA to answer charges of stealing a rental car back in 2016.
Ryan Buell of the hit A&E show “Paranormal State” was arrested in South Carolina on September 18 for felony theft charges out of Pennsylvania. According to State College Police, the celebrity ghost hunter allegedly stole a rental car.
As Buell awaited his court appearances, he was released the first time on bail. Then later would be back in jail awaiting assault charges in a what is being described as A domestic abuse case, where he allegedly had bitten the finger of his boyfriend or partner. More charges were added to his already beginning problems,
There had been some talk and rumors spread by what we are calling Buell’s fan girls and collective group of groupies, that Buell’s case was dropped and he was out not having to post bail. The statement’s posted concerning that could not be any further then the actual truth.
From reading the dockets pages of the case against Buell, the case had been removed and actually sent to a different court. To make things simple. Cases get moved around quite often, so one docket page will show its closed but the other one will most often time take off where the original one was. Understand? in this case, the case was moved from the lower court (Magistrate Court) to the (Court of Common Pleas), a higher court
Buell was how ever apparently released the second time. According to A new court docket page, Buell is scheduled for Arraignment on 05/24/2017 at 2:00 pm, in Courtroom 2 with Judge Pamela A. Ruest.
Buell is said to have been released . He is freed on the $35,000 unsecured bail, though, meaning he didn’t have to pay out any more cash to get out of jail, It also means that if Buell gets into more trouble, he will or could forfeit all of the bail posted.
With Buell’s alleged addiction issues and recent domestic abuse issues, it is very difficult to say if you will be seeing Buell back inside the county lock up. With Buell’s admittance into Buell’s activities and referencing stating Buell has refused help, that is entirely a probability.
Paranormal States, Ryan Daniel Buell’s own mom(Shelley Bonavita Lundberg ,makes pleas to P.R.S and the paranormal community to stop sending him money and donations.
In the screenshot below his own mom makes a plea for his fans to stop enabling him. Even though she has desperately attempted to stop Buell’s fans from enabling him, his fan groupies continue to support the man, such as comments made as this one.
This is exactly why Buell, has been able to stay above the radar, because of said individuals as the below persons comments to sway the truth and protect there beloved Buell is PRS and there new mission statements..
Because I was around at the time it was all going down, I was doing business in the rental company and had mutual friends and friends that were involved in PRS at that time. Not going to go in to specifics because I do not have to. I am not representing anyone, only answering questions you asked. You say I am speaking for them but is that not what you are also doing in some form by trying to say the story even though you misread some of the information? I have things I could show too, but I will save those things for a real journalist. Have a good day.
- released yesterday. I also used to work for the rental management company that had rented the eviction house out. I know for a fact that it was Ben and Ryan that lived there for the past 2 years before the eviction. Sergey only cosigned on the lease because he needed a cosigner, therefore when the eviction went to court Sergey was mentioned as he was on the lease. Ben and Ryan lived on Pennsylvania ave, where they were evicted from, Sergey did not, he lived on East McCormick Ave until he moved in with his long time girlfriend in myrtle beach at the end of summer 2016. You should probably not say things that are not true, just saying.
Ryan didn’t live in an apartment, it was a house, lol. the same house Sergey cosigned on the lease for. Ben and Ryan lived in the house on Pennsylvania ave, Sergey lived in an apartment across town. You two misread the whole take back the apartment thing, lol. when Ben and Ryan realized that they were going to get evicted they talked Sergey into storing all the many boxes of things in his apartment. You guys try to make everything sound so much more dramatic than it actually is. “Smh”
Ryan Buel was placed on news in specific regards to allegedly scamming folks with multiple tour events. The problem was, he claimed he had pancreatic cancer. The questions began to arise and people began to speak out. Shelly Bonavita did exactly that.
Having starred on A&E’s Paranormal State, Ryan Buell is no stranger to navigating talk about death. But in 2012, the paranormal investigator was forced to face his own mortality when, at age 29, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
In the first part of his exclusive interview with PEOPLE, Buell candidly revealed the shock of his diagnosis, as well as coming to terms with the looming possibility of his death.
Now, in his own words, Buell recalls the depths of his struggle as he underwent treatment, and looks back on the people who’ve bolstered him along the way as he treads a slow, steady path to recovery.
A Turn for the Worse
They wanted to do preventative treatment: build up my organs, especially my kidneys. My understanding is that most people die of other complications due to the cancer, like kidney failure.
At times, I was experiencing almost like a traffic jam in my body and my kidneys would shut down or I’d be in insane, intense abdominal pain, like I was being stabbed to death. I was throwing up constantly, suffering fever, changing of the skin. It took some time to get things under control. I was grateful for this preventative measure as opposed to breaking out the hacksaw and just going straight in.