Original "Survivor" champion Richard Hatch isn’t the only veteran of the CBS reality show who’s having legal troubles. The Detroit News is reporting that Michael Skupin, who appeared on the third season of the show, is experiencing his own problems with the law.
Skupin achieved fame for an incident in which he fell into a fire and suffered third-degree burns, forcing him to leave the show. In the latest news, he has reportedly been accused of being behind in his court-ordered support payments of $700 a month for his two children. An arrest warrant was issued for Skupin, the story reports.
Skupin claims he was out of the city when the court tried to contact him and says he was not behind in his payments.