Uncertainty surrounds Suspected internet fraudster Huspuppi as he endures 7 months before trial resumption, 2021

Huspuppi may need to wait for at least 7 months to know his fate due to the delayed trial caused by the novel virus, 'COVID-19'. Currently, uncertainty surrounds his fate as trial resumes May 4 2021.

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Suspected internet fraudster Hushpuppi has seven months to worry over what his fate will be

His trial in the United States has been suspended till May 4, 2021, seven months from now

Recall that the young man was arrested in Dubai and extradited to the United States, where he is being tried for fraudulent activities

The trial of Raymond Igbalode aka Hushpuppi has been suspended till 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic the world is currently battling with.

The trial was earlier scheduled for October 13, after the suspect pleaded not guilty to the charges levelled against him.

According to the orders of a district judge in California, Otis Wright, the trial will continue on May 4, 2021, Channels reports.

Hushpuppi was arrested in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and extradited to the United States, where he is being tried for conspiracy to commit wire fraud, money laundering conspiracies, international money laundering, and engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity.
 
Meanwhile, Hushpuppi's lawyer, Gal Pissetzky of Pissetzky and Berliner, argued that the popular Instagram star was not guilty of the fraud charges brought against him.

In an interview with Forbes, the lawyer said that the Nigerian has a legal business that he runs which is the source of his income.

In other news, a Nigerian man did something very unusual as he was seen in a video selling the portrait of Hushppupi in traffic for the sum of N30,000.

Apart from the fact that the young man was trying to make some money for himself by selling Hushpuppi's portrait, his action also implied that he saw the suspected fraudster as a legend whose portrait some people would be interested in hanging on the walls of their homes or offices.

Source: Legit