You can run, but you can't hide! The man who allegedly tried to extort money from Cindy Crawford has turned himself in to authorities.
Edis Kayalar, who tried to extort $100,000 from Cindy Crawford in exchange for a photo of her then-7-year-old daughter tied to a chair in revealing clothing, has turned himself in to police in his native German.
Kalayar went to a Stuttgart police station on Monday and turned himself in. He was charged with one count of extortion.
"Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford intend to pursue any and all available legal action against anyone who aids the perpetrator in the distribution or sale of the photograph of their daughter," a statement from the couple's representative said.
He faces up to two years in prison and will go before a judge later today. Stay tuned for more!