Cindy Crawford's attempted blackmailer turns self in to police
Edis Kayalar, 26, who tried to blackmail supermodel Cindy Crawford for $100,000 walked into a German police station and turned himself in, authorities there told the Associated Press. He’s charged with one count of extortion in the United States and could face up to two years in prison if convicted. Kayalar is accused of threatening to release a photo of Crawford’s daughter bound to a chair and gagged at age 7, which the girl says a former nanny took as part of a “cops and robbers” game. Kayalar is set to appear before a judge today.