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Pleading guilty doesn't mean am a bad person - Hajia4reall

Pleading guilty doesn’t mean am a bad person – Hajia4reall

The socialite from Ghana, Hajia4Reall, real name Mona Faiz, claims that her guilty plea does not characterize or represent who she is today.

She claims that by traveling to the United States of America to face the criminal case and help close that chapter of her life, she made the decision to accept responsibility.

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Hajia4Real said in the statement in response to her plea that she lost a portion of her life in 2019 as a result of letting money from shady businesses be transferred into her accounts.

Also Read: Hajia4Real pleads guilty to fraud charges levelled against her

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She took advantage of the chance to express her gratitude to her friends and family for their help during these trying times.

According to reports in some media outlets, Mona Faiz Montrage, who was born in Hajia4Real, has entered a guilty plea.

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The Southern District of New York’s United States Attorney, Damian Williams, made this announcement, implying that she has taken ownership of her involvement in the money laundering of several romance scams.

Additionally, she entered a guilty plea for conspiring to receive stolen money before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah.

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