Kayden Kross Indicted on 2 Felony Counts

Tod Hunter
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Adam & Eve contract performer Kayden Kross has been indicted on two felony counts of grand theft and real estate fraud, and will be arraigned in Sacramento on Oct. 14.

Court records indicate that Kross was indicted on California Civil Code 1695.3, which details home equity contracts, and California Penal Code PC 487(A), Grand Theft (exceeding $400).

Kross was indicted under her real name, which was confirmed to XBIZ by a representative of Adam & Eve Pictures.

Also named in the indictment was William Henley, who is charged with grand theft and California Civil Code 2945.4(D), which prohibits foreclosure consultants from "[receiving] any consideration from any third party in connection with services rendered to an owner unless that consideration is fully disclosed to the owner."

Jon-Paul Valcarenghi, of Sacramento law firm Rothschild Wishek & Sands LLP, who is representing Kross, was unavailable for comment.

Kross is scheduled to feature at Ten's Showclub in Tucson, Ariz., starting tonight. A representative of Ten's, contacted on the telephone, confirmed that Kross was in Tucson and would perform as scheduled.

Kross has not returned calls from XBIZ.

Adam & Eve Public Relations Director Katy Zvolerin told XBIZ that the company had no comment on the charges.

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