NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - It's back to court for a Buffalo man accused of telling quite atale to border agents.
Eugene Todie, 29, is scheduled to appear in federal courtTuesday.
Custom agents at the Rainbow Bridge say they saw Todie wearingan ankle bracelet after he allegedly tried to re enter the US usingsomeone else's passport.
Todie reportedly told agents he got the bracelet from a friendwho's a probation officer, who told him to wear it as a show ofsupport for actress Lindsay Lohan.
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Records show Todie is currently on probation.
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