US Court denies Hushpuppi bail


Despite spirited efforts by his lawyer, a US Court presided over by Justice Jeffrey Gilbert has refused a bail application by suspected Nigerian fraudster, Ramon Abbas a.k.a Hushpuppi.

Abbas’ lawyer, Gal Pissetzky had claimed his job as an lnstagram celebrity paid for the $10,000 monthly rent on his luxury Dubai flat.

According to reports Tuesday, Pissetzky had applied for Hushpuppi to leave jail with an electronic tag and live with the uncle of a woman with whom he has a child with but US prosecutors opposed the bail application.

The prosecutors insisted that Abbas could commit crimes with just a smartphone and an internet connection, and that he posed too much of a flight risk.

Abbas lawyer, Pissetzky had stated that his client had too much to lose if he flees from the United States.

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Speaking to Judge Gilbert in Chicago via a videolink, Pissetzky said, “he is loved and respected. He is a celebrity. I don’t see the reason why he would want to ruin his credibility in the world and his status rather than stay here and face this allegation.

“Anywhere he goes, people will know. Having grown up very poor in Nigeria, Mr Abbas is now paid to pose with high-priced items such as Louis Vuitton bags that people would buy after seeing his posts on lnstagram.

“He is an influencer. That’s a job today, as much as it is hard to imagine. That’s a full-time job.”

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Judge Gilbert who watched the proceedings from a prison video link, denied Hushpuppi bail on grounds of him being a flight risk.

Gilbert ordered that the suspected fraudster be remanded in custody until he is taken to a court in California.

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