US court likely to sentence Hajia4Reall today over internet fraud charges

Today, June 28, 2024, a US court will sentence Hajia4Reall, a Ghanaian artist and socialite who was born Mona Faiz Montrage, for internet fraud charges to which she has entered a guilty plea.

Because the socialite is a single mother whose presence in her child’s life is vital, her legal team had earlier appealed with the court for a three-month sentence.

However, the US Attorney’s Office has vehemently retaliated, arguing for the entire 37-month term with references to comparable cases.

US court likely to sentence Hajia4Reall today over internet fraud charges

According to the US Attorney’s Office, a shorter term won’t be just or effective in discouraging people.

Hajia4Reall claimed that her daughter’s father was the one who first exposed her to online fraud.

She claims that she first met and fell in love with this man in the United States of America in 2015.

Later on, she found out he was interested in fraud, which he had exposed her to and encouraged her to pursue.

She claims that Loveman Allison, the man in question, has even been a negligent parent to their daughter.

Hajia4Reall begged for a light sentence, stating that she is a single mother and that her daughter could suffer if she is absent.

Hajia4Reall is accused of defrauding $2 million.

Ghanaian socialite Hajia4Reall may have been charged and extradited from the United Kingdom, where she was arrested, to the United States of America (USA) for her involvement in a romance fraud, according to reports.

The socialite who has been bragging about how she rose through entrepreneurship was allegedly involved in a $2 million romantic fraud, according to reports that this website has access to.

She allegedly had multiple conversations with one of her victims and collected $89,000 in wire transfers to support her father’s farm.

In addition to one count of receiving stolen money, which carries a ten-year prison sentence, and one count of conspiring to commit wire fraud, which carries a five-year jail term, the socialite is also accused of one count of money laundering conspiracy and one count of money laundering.

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