Kevin Hart's former personal shopper appeared virtually in court on Thursday, as he faces grand larceny charges for allegedly stacking up over one million dollars of goods for himself on the comedian's credit card.
Dylan Syer -- who is 29 years old -- was reportedly hired in 2015 to buy the Ride Along actor's personal items, but according to Queens County District Attorney Melinda Katz, he ended up spending $1.2 million on luxury items that he shipped to his own home address.
Katz also claims Syer was using Hart's credit cards to send cash to his personal bank account over a 19-month time period.
The Long Island City resident was arrested in February and charged with grand larceny, criminal possession of stolen property, identity theft, and scheme to defraud.
Syer appeared before the court virtually on Thursday with a full beard. He was seen wearing glasses and a plain gray crew neck.
According to Katz, Hart found Syer in 2015 through his personal shopping business, Sire Consulting. Between October 2017 and February 2019, he allegedly used the actor's credit card for unauthorized purchases totaling more than $1 million.
Katz said Syer had the items shipped to himself and later showed off the goods on his Instagram.
The pricey items were head-scratching, to say the least.
The reported goods included five Patek Philippe watches worth more than $400,000, two Louis Vuitton bags, a Sam Friedman painting, and collectable dolls from Bearbrick and KAWS.
"The defendant thought he was beyond reach and was living out his uber-rich lifestyle fantasies," Katz said. "But my team uncovered the bogus purchases - from the credit card charges being processed by the bank, down to tracking FedEx packages delivered to Syer's home and business," Katz said at the time of his arrest.
According to the DA's office, police raided Syer's home and seized $250,000 worth of goods and cash.
If convicted, Syer faces 25 years in prison.
As for Hart, he's doing just fine. The actor -- who just launched his new talk show Hart To Heart -- is reportedly worth $200 million.