WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) -- Accused NFL imposter Stephan Pittman denied ever posing as Eagles quarterback Vince Young in a phone call to 9News the day before he was arrested and charged with felony fraud.
"From a criminal point of view, I have done nothing wrong," Pittman said. "I have not accepted anything on anyone's behalf."
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Pittman is accused of posing as Young and taking $2500 from one victim who thought she was giving money to be transferred to the quarterback's charitable foundation.
Meanwhile, another victim has come forward. Amy Willis says Pittman stole $25,000 from her in June after he met her in a Woodbridge, VA. club and told her he was Young. The impostor said he had just finished meetings with the Redskins about coming to Washington as a quarterback," Willis said.
Willis says she was absolutely convinced she was dealing with the real NFL player, and that Pittman told her his name was Vince Young repeatedly.
She claims the impostor told her he was the owner of day spas in Texas and wanted to invest with her in a Woodbridge, VA day spa where she worked.
"He wanted to buy this for me and have me run it for him," Willis said. "But he needed an investment from me to know that I was serious about being a business woman."
Within a day of transferring the money to a bank account, Willis was contacted by bank officials and warned that someone was make large cash withdrawl at multiple locations.
"This Pittman has ruined my life," Willis said.
Pittman blames Vince Young for falsely accusing him.
"Exactly what Mr. young is trying to stop somebody from doing to him is exactly what you all are doing to me," Pittman said.