Security Authorities has deported Ghanaian social media influencer Mona Faiz Montrage, also known as Hajia4Reall, from the UK to US for allegedly defrauding elderly, unmarried American men and women out of almost $2 million through a convoluted romance scam.
Mona Faiz Montrage, 30, was arraigned in federal court in Manhattan on Monday and entered a plea of not guilty to the accusations brought against her.
Her attorney and the prosecutor’s office both verified that she will be released on home detention to her aunt’s New Jersey home in the upcoming days on a $500,000 bond with GPS tracking via an ankle monitor.
“As a result of committing the money laundering offences alleged in Counts Three and Four of this Indictment, MONA FAIZ MONTRAGE, the defendant, shall forfeit to the United States, pursuant to Title 18. United States Code, Section 982 (a) (1), any and all property, real and personal, involved in said offences, and any property traceable to such property, including but not limited to a sum of money in United States currency representing the amount of property involved in said offences,” the prosecutors added in a writ.
The 6 charges are; Conspiracy to commit wire fraud, Wire Fraud, Money Laundering Conspiracy, Money Laundering, Conspiracy to Receive Stolen Money, Receipt of Stolen Money.
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