Following rumours circulating online that, alleged international fraudster, Ramon Abbas fondly called Hushpuppi, committed over $400,000 fraud while in an American prison, the US Attorney’s Office at the Central District of California on Thursday described the news as false.
This was reportedly disclosed by the court’s Director of Media Relations, Thom Mrozek, on Thursday.
Mrozek reportedly stated, “After looking at the document excerpted in recent media accounts, the document appears to have been fabricated.”
He disclosed, “We have checked with the FBI agent who supposedly authored the document, and he confirms it is a fake.”
This is coming following Hushpuppi’s arrest by the Dubai Police in the United Arab Emirates in June 2020, before he was extradited to the US to be tried by the FBI.