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Hushpuppi pleads guilty to fraud scheme against Premier League club, others

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Suspected Internet fraudster, Ramon Abbas Igbalode, popularly known as Hushpuppi, pled guilty to money laundering charges leveled against him.

According to American Journalist, Evan Ratliff, the Instagram influencer’ pled guilty to swindling a Premier League club, a bank in Malta, among other charges, and he will likely face up to 20 years in Prison.

His post reads; ”UPDATE: Ramon Abbas aka Ray Hushpuppi agreed today to plead guilty in federal court to conspiracy to engage in money laundering, of funds from business email compromise scams and other online heists. He’ll face up to 20 years in prison at sentencing.

In his plea agreement, Abbas admitted to laundering money from the Malta Bank heist and the BEC attacks on a Premier League club, another UK firm, and an American law firm, as well as additional schemes.

Abbas’s plea agreement, which involved crimes allegedly perpetrated by North Korean state sponsored hackers, was heavily redacted, and many of the filings in the case remain sealed.”

 
 
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