Published On: Mon, Jan 1st, 2018

Another ‘Shark Tank’ Contestant Arrested In New Jersey

Shark Tank contestant Tod Wilson mugshot

A second Shark Tank contestant in New Jersey has allegedly found himself on the wrong side of the law in as many weeks. Tod Wilson, who was the first hopeful in the tank on the inaugural episode of the reality show in its ABC television premiere on August 9, 2009, was reportedly arrested in connection with alleged statements he made to an Englewood, New Jersey, zoning official.

In his pitch to the sharks on the opening broadcast, Wilson sought $ 460,000 for a 10-percent stake in Mr. Tod’s Pies. Wilson told the panel that his successful business needed the cash because he couldn’t keep up with the demand, particularly for his signature sweet potato pie.

NJ.com summarizes the allegations against Wilson, the owner of Mr. Tod’s Pie Factory.

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Another ‘Shark Tank’ Contestant Arrested In New Jersey