It looks like Adam Whittington, the child recovery agent jailed in Lebanon for his alleged role in the bungled 60 Minutes kidnapping saga, has sold his story to Channel Seven's Sunday Night program.
Promos for a tell-all interview have begun airing this week, while Whittington and his family were spotted being followed by cameras on the Gold Coast.
Sunday Night made no payment to Mr Whittington, his family or any other party for the interview. The fact that he wasn’t paid will be disclosed in the program.
Whittington is still facing charges over April's alleged attempt to bring Brisbane mother Sally Falkner's two children home from Beirut, for which his company Child Abduction Recovery International received $115,000 from Nine.
He was left out of a deal the network made with the children's father to release Ms Falkner and the 60 Minutes crew, including reporter Tara Brown, who were also being held in a Beirut prison.