Hey, remember real estate agent Josh Flagg of Bravo’s reality series "Million Dollar Listing"? He’s the one who isn’t the hot bisexual Madison or the bowl-haired Chad. He is the one who was accused of stealing artwork from his rich clients’ homes. While the Los Angeles County District Attorney rejected felony grand theft charges against him, he is facing a civil suit. But it seems poor Josh may have bigger problems.

The Real Estalker is reporting that Josh might have the G-men coming after him: "The pending civil trial brought against Beverly Hills real estate agent Josh Flagg for an alleged art heist has been put on hold to make way for an investigation by the City Attorney and the FBI."

Hey, remember real estate agent Josh Flagg of Bravo’s reality series "Million Dollar Listing"? He’s the one who isn’t the hot bisexual Madison or the bowl-haired Chad. He is the one who was accused of stealing artwork from his rich clients’ homes. While the Los Angeles County District Attorney rejected felony grand theft charges against him, he is facing a civil suit. But it seems poor Josh may have bigger problems.

The Real Estalker is reporting that Josh might have the G-men coming after him: "The pending civil trial brought against Beverly Hills real estate agent Josh Flagg for an alleged art heist has been put on hold to make way for an investigation by the City Attorney and the FBI."

It seems that while most (if not all) of the allegedly stolen artwork found in Flagg’s possession has been returned, an investigator was able to photograph "several of the objects in question" through the windows of his home.

Dude, if you’re going to steal Chagalls, maybe hide them in the closet for a little while until things cool off.

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