Ramon Abbas, better known as Hushpuppi, 39, will be sentenced on Wednesday, September 21, according to the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California in Los Angeles. Thom Mrozek, the court’s Director of Media Relations, revealed this on Friday, August 26, in response to an email inquiry from Channels Television. Since his conviction in 2021, Hushpuppi’s sentence date had been moved three times. Valentine’s sentencing date was originally set for February 14, but it was moved to July 11, and now September 21. Mrozek stated that the suspect had previously pleaded guilty to the alleged $1.1 million fr@ud last year and would be sentenced later this year.
Mr. Abbas is scheduled to be sentenced on September 21 by a federal judge in Los Angeles,” he said. Hushpuppi accepted a plea bargain and pleaded guilty to a variety of charges brought against him by the court, including money laundering and wire fraud. According to court documents, he faces “20 years in prison; three years of supervised release; and a fine of $500,000 or twice the gross gain or gross loss resulting from the offence.” In June 2020, he was arrested in Dubai alongside 12 others and extradited to the United States for prosecution. look at all 1,642 comments