Mona4real moved from the UK to the USA over participation in a $2m romance scam - CastinoStudiosgh

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Mona4real moved from the UK to the USA over participation in a $2m romance scam - CastinoStudiosgh

Socialite Mona 4Reall or Hajia4Reall has been sent to the United States from the United Kingdom over her alleged involvement in a $2 million romance scam locally called ‘sakawa’ targeting older, single Americans.

According to federal lawyers, the 30-year-old model showed up in Manhattan federal court on Monday, May 15 for her supposed involvement in a series of romance scams aimed at older people who reside alone.

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Hajia4Reall is set to be released on house arrest to her aunt’s New Jersey apartment in the coming days on a $500,000 bond with GPS tracking via an ankle monitor, her lawyer, and the lawyer's office have confirmed.

Damian Williams, the United States lawyer for the Southern District of New York, and Michael J. Driscoll, the Assistant Director in control of the New York Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) declared the opening of a six-count accusations charging Hajia4Real for her position in a series of romance scams and for laundering the proceeds of those scams. 

Mona 4Reall is a celebrity who became famous as an influencer through her Instagram profile, under the username “Hajia4Reall,” which at a point in time had approximately 3.4 million Instagram followers and was also part of the top 10 profiles with the most followers in Ghana.

She was arrested in the United Kingdom on November 10, 2022, and was sent from the United Kingdom on May 12, 2023. 

FBI Assistant Director in Charge Michael J. Driscoll said, “We found that Ms. Montrage was behind multiple romance scams – often the elderly victims – which yield more than $2 million in falaciuos funds under her name. 

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“Romance scams – especially those that target older individuals – are of major concern. The FBI will work hard in tireless efforts to make fraudsters accountable in the criminal justice system.”

According to the court, from at least or about 2013 through in or about 2019, the celebrity was part of a Criminal Enterprise in Ghana that committed a series of frauds against people and businesses in the United States, including romance scams. 

The court said, “Many of the Enterprise’s romance scam victims were unprotected, older men and women who lived alone. The Enterprise subsequently conducted romance scams by sending the victims emails, text messages, and social media news that deceived the victims into believing that they were in romantic relationships with a person who had, a fake identity assumed by members of the Enterprise. 

“Once members of the Enterprise had successfully persuaded the  victims that they were in a romantic relationship and had gained their trust, they then convince the victims, under false pretenses, to send  money to bank accounts the victims believed were controlled by their romantic interests, but the bank accounts were controlled by members of the Enterprise.”

The attorney said, “Montrage received money from many victims of romance frauds whom members of the Enterprise persuaded into sending money. Among the false pretenses used to induce victims to send money to Montrage were (1) payments for transporting gold to the United States from overseas; (2) payments to resolve a fake FBI unemployment investigation; and (3) payments to assist a fake United States army officer in receiving funds from Afghanistan.

The court said in one incident with her victims she used her real name and spoke to the victim several times by phone. 

“Montrage later sent the victim a tribal marriage certificate purporting to show that Montrage and the victim had been married in Ghana. 

They added that, in total, Montrage controlled bank accounts that received over $2 million in deceitful funds from the Enterprise.

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