Nicholas Cage Outed For Video Late Fees

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Being in the video rental business is tough these days, and Old Bank DVD in Los Angeles goes after every last dollar. Actor Nicholas Cage owed more than $200 in late fees. The store outed him on Facebook, and he settled the debt.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Being in the video rental business is tough these days and Old Bank DVD in L.A. goes after every last buck. They certainly chase errant customers, like Nicholas Cage. The actor owed more than $200 in late fees. The store outed him on Facebook and he settled his debt. Then the store offered a special - rent one movie, get a Nicholas Cage film for free. I pick "Raising Arizona," you know, the comedy where Cage finally in the end returns the baby. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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