Hajia4Reall’s guilty plea not reflective of who she is today – Lawyers

Hajia4Reall’s guilty plea not reflective of who she is today – Lawyers

Celebrity Hajia4Reall, also known as Mona Faiz Montrage, has recently pleaded guilty to her involvement in a $2 million romance scam.

According to her lawyers, she is taking responsibility for her actions and is determined to put the past behind her.

The social media personality voluntarily boarded a flight from Heathrow to JFK to face the criminal case in the Southern District of New York. Her lawyers emphasized that her guilty plea does not define her as a person and does not reflect the individual she is today.

Hajia4Reall has expressed her gratitude for the support of her fans, family, and legal team throughout this challenging process.

This case stems from allegations that she was involved in a ‘sakawa’ scam targeting older, single Americans. Prosecutors assert that she was charged with conspiracy to commit and committing wire fraud and money laundering, each carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment.

Since her guilty plea, Hajia4Reall has deactivated her social media accounts, including her Instagram with over four million followers. She has also agreed to pay forfeiture for $2,164,758.41 and make restitution in the same amount.

It’s important to note that her guilty plea comes after initially pleading not guilty to the charges and being released on bail. Despite this, she has chosen to admit her involvement and is now facing the consequences.

The background of the case indicates that she was allegedly a member of a Criminal Enterprise based in Ghana that committed a series of frauds against individuals and businesses in the United States. The Enterprise conducted romance scams by deceiving victims into believing that they were in romantic relationships with fake identities, and subsequently convincing them to transfer money to bank accounts controlled by the Enterprise.

Moving forward, Hajia4Reall will have to navigate the legal consequences of her actions and work towards making amends for the harm caused. While her guilty plea is an admission of wrongdoing, only time will reveal the impact of this court case on her personal and professional life.