Updated: 04/30/2018 04:53 PM | First Published: 04/30/2018 09:12 AM

Why did Scott Jones leave Counting Cars? Fired from Count's Kustoms

Scott Jones got mainstream popularity after his appearance in American reality TV series, Counting Cars. He started appearing on the show since its first season, and in no time, he became a fan favorite.

Why did he leave Counting Cars?

Scott Jones is the former manager of Count's Kustoms and Danny Koker's bookkeeper. He used to look after finance on each project to make sure that they are profitable. His dedication towards his work was appreciated by many including his boss, Danny. 

His stay in the shop landed him to the show, Counting Cars from its very first season. Despite his brash personality, he was the crucial part of the show and shop itself. After appearing in two seasons, he silently departed from the show, which left his fans disheartened.

Scott Jones is folding his both hands and wearing a black t-shirt

After his exit from the show and shop, various speculations were made by fans as to why Scott was removed from the Counts Kustoms website team sections. Soon after that, he was rumored to get fired for embezzlement.

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Furthermore, the silence of the cast members, as well as Danny Koker, due to legal issues gave a hint that he was indicted.  But as we've seen him in the show, he's a straight talker and a hard worker who couldn't leave the show due to such allegations. 

Scott Jones and Danny Koker are crossing their both hands and wearing a goog

Before that, in an interview, Scott mentioned that he got plans on leaving Las Vegas at some point and return his hometown, Greeneville.

Prior to Count's Kustoms, he worked for Dale Kyker at the Kykers Extreme Automotive. In 2013, he was called by his former boss for a specific meet and greet with Dale's customers. This makes us believe that he might have signed a deal with his former boss to work for him while staying in his hometown. 

Scott Jones is standing in front cars

Besides, many believed that he might have begun to let his work slip. After working for such a long time under the public eye is somehow mentally pressurizing, which might be one reason for his work slip. Despite many rumors and speculations, neither Scott Jones nor Danny Koker and his team has given statement regarding Scott's exit.

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Transcript

Greetings Counting Cars fans, we all can agree that Scott Jones, the former manager and bookkeeper of the shop, Count’s Kustoms was a vital part of the shop and show itself, even though he had a brash personality.

Scott Jones 

Former Manager and Bookkeeper, Count’s Kustoms

And when he left the show after its second season, fans were confused as to why their favorite cast left the show without much of notice or information. There had been various speculations by fans as to why Scott was removed from the Counts Kustoms website team sections.

Why did he leave the show?

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There could be numerous reasons for his departure from the show. He was the one who controlled the flow of projects and money within the show. Rumors have it that, he was accused of embezzlement, and the reason for silence from the cast members as well as Danny Koker is due to legal issues.

Fired over the claims of embezzlement?

While this is plausible, we all know that Scott was a straight talker and a hard worker and this could hardly be one of the reasons why he left the show.

In an interview, Scott mentioned that he intended to leave Las Vegas at some point and return to his hometown, Greeneville. Scott previously worked for Dale Kyker at the Kykers Extreme Automotive. In 2013, he was invited by his former boss for a special meet and greet with Dale’s customers. This leads us to believe that Scott might have signed a deal with his former boss to work for him while staying in his hometown.

Moved to hometown after leaving Count’s Kustoms?

What do you think? Was Scott fired or did he leave by his own consent? Let us know in the comments below.

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