A former real estate executive has been ordered not to touch any cameras after more counts of eavesdropping were added against him
The reason she thinks that is because it’s the same charge Michael Lyon pleaded guilty to four years ago—secretly recording sexual encounters with women. He was allowed a plea deal at that time that gave him a month behind bars.
The new documents show Sacramento County Probation officers removed several computers, laptops and external hard drives from Michael Lyon’s Arden-Arcade home when they arrested him on a drug charge for violating his probation.
Former real estate mogul Michael Lyon was in court Friday, facing a judge for his Wednesday arrest.
His mugshot shows his descent from the controlled eliteness on display after his 2010 arrest to his new arrest—blood-shot eyes, sores on his nose and lip, and hair wildly uncombed.
Michael Lyon’s former friends and employees are talking exclusively to CBS13, following their civil case settlement. The $2.5 million settlement included an apology to his victims. Those victims also demanded that the settlement would not silence their stories.
Michael Lyon built a real estate empire, only to lose it in a scandal involving sex, lies and secret videotapes.
A multimillion-dollar settlement has been reached between Michael Lyon and eight people he secretly recorded in his home.
Three new women are accusing former Sacramento businessman Michael Lyon of secretly videotaping them, but charges may not be filed.
Former real estate executive Michael Lyon has been released to home detention, according to Sacramento Sheriff’s Dept.
Lyon is up for review today after he pleaded guilty to four counts of secretly videotaping prostitutes in his homes and was sentenced to 30 days in jail.
Real estate mogul Michael Lyon is going to jail instead of serving his sentence in home detention after he plead guilty last month to four charges of secretly taping sexual encounters with women without their consent.