Here comes Weeda Claus

By ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  December 15, 2010

If convicted, Constantine, who has three sons and two step-sons (the youngest of whom is 16) could face up to seven years in jail and a $100,000 fine. But he'd rather not dwell on that, preferring to focus on spending time with friends and family and keeping his spirits up. "You know, it is getting to be that season," he says. "I imagine that Weeda Claus will make a few appearances here and there. You never know where he's going to pop up."

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