G Herbo Charged In $1.5M Federal Fraud Case

Written by on December 2, 2020

Simply days faraway from his inclusion on Forbes 30 Beneath 30 listing, G Herbo was hit with critical expenses associated to id theft and fraud. In line with the Chicago Tribune, G Herbo and 5 others, together with a music promoter and members of Herb’s crew, are accused of utilizing stolen IDs to cost greater than $1M price of providers and items over the course of 4 years. 

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Herbo’s promoter and supervisor, Antonio “T-Glo” Robust, Joseph “Joe Rodeo” Williams, and Steven Hayes Jr., Demario Sorrells and Terrence Bender, have been listed within the 14-count indictment that charged them with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and aggravated id theft. Authorities stated that Herbo and his crew used stolen identifications to cost for personal jets, unique automobile leases, limo rides, a trip at a villa in Jamaica, in addition to two designer canines.

Robust is accused of being “the ringleader of a $1.5 million fraud” through the use of “aliases and different individuals’s identities,” the choose stated in his ruling. As a consequence of these allegations, the choose on the case stated that Robust was a flight threat, even when his mother and father are keen to take him in. He additionally faces an extra cost of wire fraud. 

Herbo is accused of being complicit in Robust’s alleged actions. The indictment says Robust purchased two designer canines from Michigan for Herbo below a stolen id. Then, the indictment alleged Herbo and co. illegally charged every week’s keep at a Jamaican villa in 2017 at Herbo’s request. Plus, one other journey to Sunny Isles, FL with a personal chef and safety. 

Robust reportedly additionally used one other alias to e-book a personal jet from Chicago to Miami. Sorrells and one other co-conspirator have been accused of utilizing stolen identities to hire luxurious autos.

We’ll hold you posted on any updates. 


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