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What A Creep: Lou Pearlman (Season 4, Episode 2)

What a Creep

Release Date: 01/10/2020

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Season 4, Episode 2

Lou Pearlman



Hello everyone!

This week we talk about notorious boy band creator (and major fraudster) Lou Pearlman who went from dreaming about running his own blimp company to managing some of the biggest boy bands in history to spending his last years in jail. This guy is a MAJOR creep but trust us, you can still enjoy your Backstreet Boys & NSYNC when you are done listening to this ep!

Then we talk about a singer/songwriter/actor/philanthropist who belongs to the illustrious “EGOT” squad (winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar & a TONY award!)

Some of our sources (in addition to the amazing Wikipedia)

Lou Pearlman Wikipedia

The Boy Band Con Wiki Page

The Boy Band Con (YouTube)

The Guardian (2019)

Vanity Fair 2007 "Mad About the Boys"

Cosmopolitan Lou Pearlman Story Revelations

LFO Rich Cronin on Howard Stern (RIP 2008)

USA Today

Washington Post 2019

The Hollywood Reporter Lou Pearlman Interview (2014)

Defamer Lance Bass says he was touched inappropriately 2015

“Swindled” podcast

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