Chris Volker, executive director for the non-profit, filed papers in small clams court last year in Salem County in an attempt to recoup money that Warren, a former WVLT Cruisin 92.1 radio host, allegedly told the Boys and Girls Club he would pay them to supply entertainment for a charity event last spring.
“It was agreed that Corky Warren would pay for Jerry Blavat (a Philadelphia radio personality) if we celebrated Corky’s birthday and honored him at the event with a roast,” Volker said Friday.
Volker said the event went off without a hitch, but the Boys and Girls Club was never paid more than a $500 deposit from Warren for Blavat’s appearance. Volker claimed Warren wrote a check for the balance due, but stopped payment on that check.
“We had to pay $2,100 out of our own pockets. This was a fund-raiser for kids,” he said.
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