'Fake' HELMET/Ex-ANTHRAX Bassist FRANK BELLO Sells Women's Images Via Internet

According to a posting on HELMET's official web site, an unidentified individual is allegedly passing himself off as HELMET/ex-ANTHRAX bassist Frank Bello in order to scam people. The alleged scam artist takes images of women without their knowledge and sells the pictures on sites such as eBay for profit. A Duluth, Minnesota newspaper reporter saw the man's eBay ad and wrote an article about it in a local newspaper. The eBay ad was subsequently removed after the newspaper article was published. Check out a photo of the alleged scammer at HelmetMusic.com.

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