Kayden Kross Pleads No Contest in Real Estate Case

Tod Hunter
SACRAMENTO — Adam & Eve contract performer Kayden Kross, who had been indicted in September on felony counts of grand theft and real estate fraud, pleaded out the charges on Monday.

According to court records, the grand theft charge has been dismissed and the real estate fraud charge was reduced to a misdemeanor. Kross pleaded no contest and was sentenced to one day in custody and three years of probation.

The charges had been filed under Kross' real name, which was confirmed to XBIZ by Adam & Eve when the charges were first filed.

William Henley, who was also named in the charges, will be back in court July 15 for further proceedings.

Kross was unavailable for comment when XBIZ called.