UAE’s online newspaper, The National announced Wednesday that he was captured on numerous fraud charges, alongside 12 different accomplices.
The paper additionally uncovered his genuine name as Raymond Abbas and his genuine age as 38 years.
His case has been alluded to the Dubai open indictment and is at present being addressed by examiners at the Bur Dubai segment, the paper revealed.
“The prosecutors have charged him for “obtaining money from others through fraudulent means.”
As per UAE National, security officials in the emirate captured Mr Abbas and 12 others for online extortion that objectives organizations and people.
“They would send out letters from email addresses almost identical to those of legitimate companies, targeting customers of these companies, with the purpose of diverting payments to themselves,” said a senior prosecutor, quoted by the paper.
“Initial information includes that he was part of this gang which fraudulently obtained cash and cars from people.
“His statement was taken by prosecution but this is just the beginning of prosecution investigations.”
The paper additionally revealed that Raymond Abbas is needed for extortion violations in Europe, the United States and Nigeria.
Mr Abbas has more than 2,000,000 adherents on Instagram. He is known for his showcase of riches via web-based networking media.
He regularly posts pictures with his extravagance vehicles like Ferrari and Rolls Royce and a personal jet.