How to spot a fake Camden ad

An NHL player is accused of running a fake online advertising campaign.

It’s alleged that Adam Gaudette ran a campaign that allegedly featured an advertisement for a sports shoe company in Camden.

“He ran ads that were fake,” said Camden Police Det.

Lt.

Scott Smith.

“I can’t tell you how many people were offended and we want to make sure we catch this guy.”

Camden Police said that Gaudettes real name is Michael Gaudet.

He is the son of former NBA star Chris Gaudets.

Camden police said that in addition to running fake ads, Gaudes also was seen buying tickets at an adult movie theater, which they believe is a fake.

Camrenas team also posted a picture of a fake sign that said, “Get a better job, Camrenas” to their Facebook page.

Camron also said,”Camrena has a number of issues in our community, including high rates of domestic violence and bullying and we are very concerned about the safety of our players and their families.”

Camrens players are not allowed to travel to Canada or the United States.

The team has until March 20 to respond to the allegations.