What is Walter Miller's net worth? 'Black Ink Crew' star hints he stole $5k from Ceaser’s shop for TV ratings

'Why did Walter steal from the shop? Why didn’t he speak with Ceaser for help?' one user asked


                            What is Walter Miller's net worth? 'Black Ink Crew' star hints he stole $5k from Ceaser’s shop for TV ratings
Walter Miller from 'Black Ink Crew: New York' (VH1)

'Black Ink Crew: New York' is serving drama like no other. The VH1-backed show is living up to its promise and making sure the viewers have a lot to discuss once the show has aired. 

Walter Miller, who has been an integral part of the cast, made headlines for alleged theft, which has very little truth to it. After confessing to the much-publicized crime, the reality TV star turned on his words. In a series of now-deleted tweets, Walter denied the entire narrative. Whatever the case may be, it's shocking given Walter's decent net worth.

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As of 2021, Walter's estimated net worth is $50,000, Exact Net Worth revealed.

Earlier in April, Ceaser Emmanuel discovered that cash and tools were missing from his 125th shop in New York after a break-in. Walt wasn't working that day and Ceaser became suspicious about his possible involvement. Ceaser’s business partner, Ted, later revealed that Walt was the culprit, based on surveillance footage. Walt confessed to stealing $5000, after he was confronted. The story around the incident is foggy and that is exactly what makes it all the more interesting. "I didn’t break into any shop. The shop didn’t lose 5K. I was NEVER homeless. NOBODY helped me on my feet when I was down and out,” he wrote on Twitter, All About Tea reported. Walter hinted that his "homeless" storyline was only for ratings, the outlet added. 

"The whole bullsh*t with the whole register sh*t man… I definitely had something to do with that," Walter had said at the time and added: "I tried to like, fix it up later on when I got the break up from the back. Sh*t ain’t really easy for me. I’m not making any excuses, but I definitely did that dumb sh*t."

Walter Miller's deleted tweets (All About Tea/ Screenshot)

Meanwhile, this had fans concerned who not only thought he needed help, but also that he should have checked with the other members of the show, especially Ceaser.

"Why did Walter steal from the shop? Why didn’t he speak with Ceaser for help? #blackinkcrew," one asked, while another posted: "I don't get why Walter would take money from the shop when he could have easily asked Caesar for it smh. They've helped him too many times in the past for him to not feel like he can't ask for help #BlackInkCrew." "Walter…why you didn’t just go to Ceas? He wouldn’t have hesitated to help you #BlackInkCrew," a third wrote. 

The fans are not being outlandish in thinking that Caeser would have helped. "If you were to ask me for anything, especially Walt, I’m going to give it to you. And I’m not going to ask back for it. That was our relationship," he once said.



 

 



 

 



 


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