The Fred Brito plot thickens. Who is Fred Brito? First of all, he recently purchased Troy Aikman’s 1993 Super Bowl ring, and that is why he is the subject of several posts here. But there’s a better Fred Brito story on his own Web page.
Brito is a man who lived in opulence, and had connections with Hollywood stars. Apparently, he is back living in riches, telling his story of his criminal past.
Fred Brito would live in the lap of luxury, of fast cars,unlimited cash and world wide excursions. He would be a regular on Hollywood sets, nightclubs and friend to Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, and many more while spending summers in the exclusive celebrity enclave of Palm Springs,” his Web page states.
Folks, the story gets even crazier.
Eventually, as they always do for common people with money, the Hollywood connections disappeared. No one really explains how Brito lost all his dough. But he apparently continued to rent the classy cars and never return them. This got him a jail sentence.
Homeless and unable to find a job to support his family (due to his record) he was left with only two options: a. Commit a new crime in order to survive and return to jail, . . or b. Fabricate a resume and become someone else in order to get a job and fend for his family. He chose to become someone else which placed him on an amazing journey as a World Class and very successful Master of Impersonations.
Master of Impersonations? Oh my God. This explains why his own blog is written in the third person. He’s Fred Brito, but he’s not Fred Brito. As the Master of Impersonations (fraud), Brito was able to get jobs as a CEO, general manager, and various other high level positions. On Aug. 17, 2005, Brito decided to tell a journalist at the LA Times that he was a fraud. Brito then founded The National Non-Violent Ex-Offenders Legislative Lobby and The New Mexico Center for Justice and advocacy.
Fred Brito says he had to feed his family and that led him to lie and steal. Yet, his own Web page that goes deeply into his own personal account says nothing about his family. Did he have kids? A wife? He is caring for his dad who has a incurable disease.
Yes, this guy now owns Troy Aikman’s 1993 Super Bowl ring. He should donate it to a Dallas Cowboys fan with a clean record.