He faces multiple charges, including grand theft, identity theft and forgery.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office says his case relates to real estate fraud. Judge Karen Sequino says she doesn’t have much information about the case, but it appears to be connected to a false financing scheme.
Janer’s public defender says he plans to fight extradition to California. He also says Janer claims he was in jail in Connecticut during part of the time the alleged crime occurred.
His bond has been set at $270,000.