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FBI arrests Davido’s Rolls Royce dealer, Instagram influencer Adesuwa Ogiozee over multimillion-dollar Internet fraud

Popular Instagram auto dealer Adesuwa Renee

Ogizee , who was recently patronized by Nigerian

music start davido have been mapped out by U.S

federal grand jury after being arrested by the FBI

over multimillion-dollar fraud, including a romance

scam of about $560,000.

Court document showed that the self acclaimed No1 car broker in Africa was first stipulated on December 2 2020 for charges bordering on  conspiracy to commit wire wire fraud. She faces 20 years Jail if convicted American authorities said .

Ms Ogizee alongside other 4 perpetrators inclusive of a 37 year old Atlanta based Olutayo Sunday Ogunlaja were all edged tracked down by FBI after cheating $560,000 from their female Victim who is a resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Federal agents said further investigations exposed how Ms Ogiozee moved more than $3 million in suspicious transactions through her American bank accounts, adding that she also falsified form 1040 tax claims to the Internal Revenue Service.

“Federal agents have accumulated evidence, however, that proves the defendant’s involvement in fraud and other criminal activity is much more extensive,” the FBI criminal complaint said.

The FBI arrested Ms Ogiozee, an accounting graduate from the Delta State University Abraka, at her residence in Missouri on September 16, 2021, about a year after her arrest warrant was issued. She claimed she didn’t know why federal authorities couldn’t locate her for over a year.

The auto dealer, who also had a degree in theology

from a Texas institution, made her first appearance

in the Eastern District of Missouri on September 17, 2021. She was subsequently released on a $25,000 bond, with conditions.

She was placed on home detention, with some of her

bank accounts closed for fraud, her movements

restrained to three hours daily every weekday and

her U.S. passport confiscated. The court had argued

that if not detained pending trial, she would likely

obtain a Nigerian passport and flee overseas using

her vast contacts.

While the discovery process, a pretrial procedure,

was fixed for November 3, 2022, the trial on the

matter had been scheduled to commence on

February 6, 2023, before Judge Martha Vazquez in

the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico.

During the investigation, it was also established that

the Edo State-born CEO of Adesuwa motors LLC

incorporated in 2016, falsified her tax information

between 2015 and 2019. Also, the FBI found that

she made over $3,000,000 in transactions on her

account between August 2016 and September 2017.