Hajia4Reall Threatens To Reveal Truth Ahead Of Court Appearance
Ghanaian socialite, Hajia4Reall, has taken to social media with cryptic messages just days before her upcoming court appearance on September 23, 2023. The influential figure, currently facing trial in the United States over a romance scam case, has hinted at her intention to break her silence.
In a series of enigmatic posts shared on Snapchat, it seems Hajia4Reall was contemplating her next move when she wrote: “It always seems impossible until it is done hmm. If I start talking… At the right time, I will talk! Enough is enough!”
The meaning behind these messages remains unclear, leaving many to speculate that they are related to her ongoing court case.
Hajia4Reall’s legal situation could take a significant turn if she decides to cooperate fully. A US-based Ghanaian prosecutor, lawyer Ebenezer ApiaAgyei, has explained that if she provides information about her accomplices, her sentence could be reduced. Hajia4Reall currently faces seven charges, including felony, fraud, theft, money laundering, and conspiracy to wire fraud.
However, Mr. AppiahAgyei has emphasized that her cooperation with the federal government and the US attorney general might lead to some of her charges being dropped, potentially reducing her sentence from an impending ’95-year’ jail term to a maximum of 10 years.
The case of Mona Faiz Montage, known as Hajia4Reall/Mona4Reall, has garnered widespread attention. She was extradited from the United Kingdom to the United States on allegations of involvement in a $2 million romance scam targeting older, single Americans. In May, the 30-year-old musician and businesswoman appeared in a Manhattan federal court, facing charges related to her alleged participation in a series of romance schemes.
The news of her case has taken social media by storm, dominating Twitter trends and sparking extensive discussions among online users.
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