Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
According to ESPN, Police are investigating after a woman complained about fraudulent tickets she bought to Kentucky's game against Texas A&M on Tuesday.

The woman, who said she bought the tickets from a secondary seller, was denied access to the game after learning the tickets were fake.

A Lexington police spokeswoman told the newspaper that authorities had received multiple calls and read about other fake tickets on social media in regards to other games.
Kentucky is encouraging fans to buy tickets directly through the university or Ticketmaster which on Tuesday had no tickets available for Saturday's game vs. Georgia.
Filed Under: SEC Basketball
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spslayto125 months
Why is Ticketmaster even still around? Shouldn't they be going the way of Blockbuster by now.
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bird35125 months
I was caught selling fake tickets to an Auburn basketball game. They made me sit through the entire game as punishment.
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WildcatMike125 months
Word is the tickets were sold from a former player. The hammer is about to fall.
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