Former hockey coach and agent David Frost enters court in Napanee, Ontario on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2008 for the third day of his sexual exploitation trial. The judge presiding over former junior hockey coach David Frost's sexual exploitation trial was to decide Thursday whether witnesses who take the stand can be named and what evidence will be heard. Frost is charged with four counts of sexual exploitation. (Ian MacAlpine/QMI Agency)
KINGSTON, ONT. - Controversial former pro hockey agent David Frost, once the target of a murder-for-hire plot, was driven away from his Kingston-area home by constant harassment by police, he says in a new ebook.
In 2004, the FBI revealed former St. Louis Blues player Mike Danton plotted to have his agent killed. Danton spent more than five years in prison for the crime.
In 2006, Frost was charged with and later found not guilty of 12 counts of sexual exploitation involving teenage boys and girls while he was a coach near Kingston. In 2007, he was charged with fraud after using a credit card registered to Danton. He was again found not guilty after Danton said he’d approved Frost’s use of the card.