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Romance scam: Hajia4Reall to know her fate today

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19 days ago
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Ghanaian musician and socialite, Hajia4Reall, born Mona Faiz Montrage, will face sentencing today June 28, 2024 in a US court over internet fraud charges she has pleaded guilty to.

The socialite’s legal team had earlier pleaded with the court for a three-month sentence because she is a single mother whose presence in the life of her child is very imperative.

But the US Attorney’s Office has countered strongly, citing similar cases to argue for the full 37-month term.

To the US Attorney’s Office, a reduced sentence will not be fair and will not serve as a proper deterrent to people.

Hajia4Reall named the father of her daughter as the person who introduced her to internet fraud.

According to her, she met this man in 2015 and fell In love with him in the United States of America.

She later discovered he was into fraud, something he introduced her to and got her involved in.

The man involved is Loveman Allison who she says has even been an irresponsible father to their daughter.

Hajia4Reall pleaded for a short sentence, indicating that she is a single mother and that her absence could be detrimental to her daughter.

Hajia4Reall Charged over $2 million fraud

Reports available to MyNewsGh.com suggest that Ghanaian socialite Hajia4Reall was charged and extradited from the United Kingdom where she was arrested to the United States of America (USA) for her role in a romance scheme.

According to reports available to this website, the socialite who has been talking about her rise through entrepreneurship was involved in a romance scam to the tune of $2 million.

She is said to have spoken to one of her victims several times and received wire transfers to the tune of $89,000 to help fund her father’s farm.

The socialite has been charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, one count of money laundering conspiracy and one count of money laundering, she is also charged with one count of receipt of stolen money which carries 10 years prison sentence and conspiracy to receive stolen cash which carries five years jail term.

 

source: Ghanaweb.com