Yesterday, a source confirmed that there would be a new cast member on Amish Mafia season two. In addition to John Freeman Schmucker, whose return was confirmed by his lawyer, and “Lebanon” Levi Stoltzfus who’s presumed to be back because the new addition has been cast as one of Levi’s “henchmen.”
Caleb Isaac Meyer, 24 (a defunct MySpace says he’s a Pisces), lived in Ronks, Pennsylvania from 2006 to 2007 during which time he caught a felony. And he now lives in Gap, PA. He has reportedly been cast in Amish Mafia season two as doing “minor assignments” for Levi. His criminal history is real, although no doubt muted from how it will be portrayed on the show. His most serious crime, for example, was for hit-and-run in 2007.
And ahead of the new season, here’s a little more information. Another tipster was kind enough to pass along information that Hollywoodite.com was able to verify about Meyer.
Meyer’s line of work involves buying and selling horses in his local area. His sparse business website lists the name of himself and his girlfriend, with whom he is partnered in the business, and confirms they buy and sell horses in Gap, PA.
The company Facebook has little more information, and only blurry photos of Meyer in addition to photos of the horses, but it gives the company start date as: August 1, 2012. Another business website lists their company as “Privately Held.”
Our source says, “They both are at New Holland every Monday purchasing horses to buy” and they place ads online on specialist websites to sell the horses in addition to the showcase on their website. Adding that Meyer is on YouTube grooming and riding the horses.
Although you cannot see his face in all the videos, that date back to February 2012, you can in this video from February 2013.
For comparison, the mug shot broadcast during a recent special episode, left, and a still from one of his videos, right.