Survivor star may have to do community service


Friday, September 1st 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


Greensboro, N.C.(AP)--A Guilford County prosecutor says
"Survivor" star Kelly Wiglesworth may have to do some community
service to settle a five year old credit card case.

Assistant Guilford D-A Frank Chut says he's handling the matter
like any other case, but he admits he did watch the television
show.

The former Page High School students and runner-up for the
one-million dollar prize on the CBS show is wanted by Greensboro
police on a five-year-old warrant for using a stolen credit card.

Police sergeant K.D. Meredith says 23-year-old Wiglesworth and
26-year-old Steven Patrick Winther were charged with using a stolen
credit card. Wiglesworth was 18 at the time.

Chut says the card was stolen from an apartment complex, and
used to purchase some goods and food.

The prosecutor says it's not clear at this point whether or not
she'll have to make a court appearance for the case. He says an
agreement should be reached with her attorney in the near future,
in the next month or so.

Chut says she may have to perform community service.