Former Detroit Anchor Embroiled in Ferrari Lawsuit

By Andrew Gauthier 

Detroit Free Press

Former Fox 2 broadcaster Fanchon Stinger had a fast Ferrari. And she let her ex-boyfriend and convicted felon Rayford Jackson tool around in it.

So says a five-page personal injury lawsuit filed recently against Stinger and Jackson in Oakland County Circuit Court by a man who claims Jackson was driving the car registered to Stinger when he crashed into his 2002 Honda motorcycle on May 19, 2007.


The plaintiff, David Sugg, 37, a former resident of St. Clair Shores, said in the lawsuit that the 2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti swerved in a “violent manner” on I-696, near I-75, and crashed into him causing him to “lose control and to fall to the ground at highway speed.” More…