When Sons Of Anarchy‘s Charlie Hunnam went to Space City Comic Con in Houston, stuff went down. Poor management and lack of arranged payment saw Charlie Hunnam and other cast members told they couldn’t go on stage or do signings by their management company. There were confrontations, police were called and, well, it didn’t go well.
Well, now he’s back in Houston. At Comicpalooza, this weekend.. And, courtesy of Charlie, anyone who shelled out for a Sons Of Anarchy VIP ticket at Space City, can get free entrance to the entire show, and an autograph and photograph with Hunnam.
Dear SCCC SOA VIP’s.
In an effort to personally make amends for the disappointment caused by Space City Comic Con, I am coming beck to Houston this weekend (June 18th & 19th) to attend Comicpalooza. Everyone who has a valid Space City SOA VIP package ticket will be given a free three day pass to the event, a free autograph and a free photograph with me.
I am doing this of my own accord with the kind and generous cooperation of Comicpalooza. This has absolutely nothing to do with Space City or its organizers and should in no way effect your efforts to seek appropriate restitution from Space City.
I hope to see you all this weekend. Very best wishes. your pal Charlie Hunnam Details of the event can be lound on the Mk wane htImawsnegom.pabosasem
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Details of the event can be found on the link below.
Now people who travelled very long distances to Space City Comic Con for the event probably aren’t going to make the return trip. But for those who can, this will be very welcome indeed.
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