US Court sentence Hushpuppi to 11 years in prison


Ramon Abbas, a well-known Nigerian socialite and internet celebrity, also known as Hushpuppi, was found guilty of fraud and money laundering and was given an 11-year prison sentence by the United States Central District Court in California.

Despite this, he will only serve nine years in prison because he has already served two years in a US prison.

In June 2020, Hushpuppi was detained in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on suspicion of participating in a sophisticated fraud scheme that defrauded individuals in the United States, Qatar, the United Kingdom, and other countries.

After that, he was taken to the US, where he was accused of fraud and money laundering. He entered a guilty plea to conspiring to launder money with a number of individuals both inside and outside the US in order to speed up the legal process.

However, the socialite received just 11 years in prison after pleading with US Judge Otis Wright for a lenient sentence and a reduced sentence after performing well in prison housekeeping tasks.

Keep in mind that Hushpuppi's 2.8 million-follower Instagram page has disappeared from the photo-sharing website. However, it's unclear whether it was formally taken down from Instagram or if a user with access temporarily blocked the page.

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