Hajia4Reall Spotted At A College In The USA Schooling Amid Her Recent Guilty Plea In The Over 2 Million Dollars Romance Scam Case

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Ghanaian socialite Hajia4Reall, also known as Mona Faiz Montrage, has been captured on video at Union County College in the USA, supposedly continuing her education amidst the ongoing legal proceedings surrounding her guilty plea in a $2 million romance scam case.

This comes as a response to widespread skepticism regarding her educational pursuits.

READ ALSO: “Lesson Learned…” – Hajia4Reall Reacts To Court Ruling After She Pleaded Guilty In Her Viral Romance Scam Case

The video, shared by Ghhyper, Hajia4Reall’s personal blogger, who earlier claimed she was going to school showcases the socialite on the campus of Union County College, actively engaged in her student responsibilities.

The caption accompanying the video boldly challenges the critics, asserting that Hajia4Reall is committed to her studies despite the negativity surrounding her legal situation.

Ghhyper’s caption reads: “Hajia 4 Real Turns Up to Union County College – Despite the skepticism of Ghanaians, Hajia 4 Real is spotted on the campus of Union College where she’s going about her duties as a student. Some Ghanaians will always hate but Mona is just concentrated on being the best student possible and completing her courses. So what will people say next? She’s in school and you’re sitting online saying what you don’t know. Thank the Most High that haters are not God!”

READ ALSO: Hajia4Reall Pleads Guilty To Receiving Over 2 Million Dollars Fraud Proceeds In Romance Scam

Background to this whole brouhaha:

Hajia4Reall recently pleaded guilty in a $2 million romance scam case, as announced by the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Damian Williams. The charges include conspiracy to receive stolen money, with a maximum sentence of five years in prison. The guilty plea involves a significant forfeiture of $2,164,758.41, with additional restitution in the same amount.

Hajia4Reall’s legal troubles stem from her alleged involvement in a romance scam targeting older, single Americans. The prosecution asserts that she was part of a criminal enterprise based in Ghana, orchestrating frauds against individuals and businesses in the United States. The romance scams involved creating fake identities to establish online romantic relationships with victims, ultimately deceiving them into transferring money.

Extradited to the United States from the United Kingdom, Hajia4Reall faces serious consequences for her actions, including potential prison sentences ranging from five to 20 years. Despite the legal turmoil, the socialite maintains her innocence, expressing gratitude to supporters on social media and affirming her belief that the truth will be revealed in due time.

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