Hajia 4Reall to be Released on $500,000 Bond with GPS


Ghanaian socialite Hajia 4Reall, who is facing charges of romance fraud in the United States, is set to be released on home detention but will have a GPS ankle monitor on her leg.

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Hajia 4Reall to be Released on $500,000 Bond with GPS

Hajia 4Reall, whose real name is Mona Faiz Montrage, appeared in a Manhattan federal court on Monday, May 15, 2023, for her arraignment. She pleaded not guilty to the charges, which allege that she scammed more than $2 million from older, single American men and women.

The judge set Hajia 4Reall’s bail at $500,000. She must post 10% of that amount, or $50,000, in order to be released. She will also be required to wear a GPS ankle monitor and stay in her home except for work, court, and religious services.

Hajia 4Reall’s lawyer, Mark Heller, said that his client is innocent and that she is looking forward to clearing her name.

“She is a young woman who has been accused of a serious crime,” Heller said. “But she is innocent, and we are confident that she will be exonerated.”

Hajia 4Reall’s case is scheduled to go to trial in September 2023.

About Hajia 4Reall

Hajia 4Reall is a Ghanaian socialite and entrepreneur. She is known for her lavish lifestyle and her social media presence. She has over 1 million followers on Instagram.

Hajia 4Reall was born in Ghana in 1992. She moved to the United Kingdom in 2010 to study business. After graduating, she returned to Ghana and started her own business.

Hajia 4Reall is known for her lavish lifestyle. She owns a fleet of luxury cars, including a Rolls-Royce Phantom and a Bentley Bentayga. She also owns a private jet.

Hajia 4Reall is also a social media influencer. She has over 1 million followers on Instagram. She uses her platform to promote her business and to share her lifestyle with her followers.

Romance Scams

Romance scams are a type of fraud in which the scammer creates a fake online profile to pose as someone they are not. The scammer then uses the profile to gain the trust of the victim and to eventually ask for money.

Romance scams are a growing problem. In 2022, the Federal Trade Commission received over 56,000 reports of romance scams, with losses totaling over $1 billion.

If you are contacted by someone online who you think may be a scammer, there are a few things you can do to protect yourself:

  • Don’t send money to someone you don’t know.
  • Be suspicious of anyone who asks for money for personal reasons, such as to pay for medical bills or to help a family member.
  • Do your research. Look up the person’s name and photo online to see if they have a criminal record or if they have been accused of scamming others.
  • If you think you may have been scammed, report it to the Federal Trade Commission.

Source: ghnewsbuzz.com