Money Laundering: US court is set to sentence Hushpuppi on Valentine’s Day

A United States court will, on February 14 sentence web-based media force to be reckoned with Ramon Abbas Olorunwa (otherwise known as Hushpuppi) for purportedly washing $24 million.

Court archives unlocked in July last year showed that Hushpuppi could look as long as 20 years in jail, and should “pay full compensation to the victim(s).”

As per the internet based medium Neusroom, Hushpuppi will know his destiny on Valentine’s Day, after very nearly two years in confinement in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates and Los Angeles in the United States.
He confessed on April 20, last year and, as per Neusroom, the U.S. Branch of Justice affirmed the date in an email on Tuesday, January 25, this year.

Hushpuppi, 37, is known for posting photographs of his rich way of life on Instagram, where he has 2.5 million supporters.
Court reports documented in California said Hushpuppi’s violations cost casualties nearly $24 million altogether.

In one plan, Hushpuppi endeavored to take more than $1.1 million from somebody who needed to finance another youngsters’ school in Qatar, the records said.

Court records show he confessed to this charge on 20 April.

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