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Hajia4Reall Drops Names of Her Accomplices After Pleading Guilty to Internet Fraud

Ghanaian social media influencer and musician Hajia4Reall has admitted to being involved in internet fraud and is now seeking leniency from the court, including a request for deportation to Ghana.

Hajia4Reall, who was arrested in the UK on November 11, 2022, and later extradited to the United States, appeared in court yesterday, where she made several startling revelations. During her testimony, she named her child’s father, Loveman Allison, as the individual who introduced her to internet fraud.

According to her account, Hajia4Reall met Loveman Allison in 2015, and it was through him that she became involved in internet fraud and romance scams. She claimed that she was unaware of such activities until she crossed paths with Allison.

In her plea for leniency, Hajia4Reall’s lawyer argued that she was an unsuspecting participant who was led astray by Allison. As part of her appeal, she has requested a three-month jail sentence followed by deportation to her native country, Ghana.

The court has yet to decide on her request, and the revelations have sparked significant attention both in Ghana and internationally. The case highlights the far-reaching implications of internet fraud and the personal stories behind those involved in such activities.

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