BOY, 18, ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY DEFRAUDING KUMAWOOD ACTOR, JACKSON REAGAN

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Kumawood child actor, Jackson Reagan is entangled in a messy situation where some of his loyal fans have accused him of deceit and extortion via his platforms on social media, where he has said to use fake accounts and contact numbers to scam them.

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Prince Boakye, a 18-year-old boy, and a graduate student of Savior senior high school in Kumasi has been arrested by police for fraud according to a report.

Boakye is reported to have been arrested for frauding Kumawood actor Jackson Reagan fans on social media.

He was arrested today when he called at the unit to answer questions on the alleged fraud.

In a chat with Jackson Reagan, he said, am having only one facebook account so, any other account in my name is absolutely fake.

He also revealed that, he has never visited Nigeria to shoot a movie before, so the Dubai ladys allegation sounds confusing. Jackson cautioned that, anyone who gives money to a scammer in the name of him do so at his or her own risk.

We have received several complaints in previous years and we have arrested one guy called Prince Boakye using my images to scam people, Jackson stated.

Daily View Gh’s Dan Kwasi Prince in an interview with Jackson Reagan he said, I am not too active on facebook, although I have one facebook account, I am aware people have opened different facebook accounts in my name, and I have received complaints of people using my pictures and name to chat, he said.

He however added that, he is very active on Instagram and that; he doesn’t ask fans for money or needs.

Mrs Cindy CID handling the case has warned unscrupulous people planning to use the recruitment exercise to defraud people to desist from that, adding: “When we get you, the law will take its.

BELOW ARE SOME PHOTOS OF PRINCE BOAKYE


Source: Dan Kwasi Prince // www.dailyviewgh.com / Ghana

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