Hajia4real admit to Pay Over $4 Million to US Authorities After Pleading Guilty

By Majesty 2 Min Read

Hajia 4 Reall still has millions to spend as partial payment for her crime, so even though she was busted, she is not broke.

The socialite from Ghana, whose true name is MONA FAIZ MONTRAGE, entered a guilty plea to charges related to her role in the money laundering of several romance scams. The Southern District of New York U.S. Attorney made this announcement on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.

The United States Attorney, Damian Williams, reportedly stated in an official statement that Montage entered a guilty plea to the charge of conspiring to receive stolen money before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave today.

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The US Attorney detailed that ā€œMona Faiz Montrage knowingly received money stolen from older Americans through romance scams and was arrested abroad and now faces serious consequences for her actions.

“Romance scams such as Montrageā€™s harmed her vulnerable, elderly victims not only in the cruel betrayal of trust in the realization that their online romantic connection was fiction but by also callously stealing their money,” he added.

Mr Williams concluded that “This Office and our law enforcement partners are relentless in bringing fraudsters who target Americans to justice, no matter where they are”.

Therefore, the official report also states that Hajia 4Reall consented to pay forfeiture for $2,164,758.41 and make restitution in the same amount as part of her plea.

This indicates that Hajia 4 Reall is forfeiting the proceeds of her crime to the United States authorities and is paying $4,329,516.82 in total, of which $2,164,758.41 is going to the victims.

Paul A. Crotty, the U.S. District Judge, will sentence Hajia 4 Reall.

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