WOMAN WHO BROKE ONLINE LOVER’S HEART ARRESTED

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The receipts of the money sent as seen by They Break News was received by Shazeela Hitnarine and not Cindy Olinda.

The Guyana Police Force has confirmed to ‘They Break News’ that two persons have been arrested in relation to the catfish scam in which a picture of Cindy Olinda Lackram of kitty Georgetown was used to scam a resident of Richmond Hill, New York of approximately US$12,000.

The two persons have been identified as Shazeela Hitnarine and Mahesh Inshanally, both of New Amsterdam Berbice. The two have since confessed to scamming the New York resident and are expected to be arraigned before the court later this week.

The story went viral after the Richmond Hill resident told an online news entity his experience . This story was then shared via Facebook and went viral in minutes , the story was then reported on by several other media houses. The story alleged that a man from Richmond Hill, New York, met a woman by the name of Shazeela Hitnarine whose Facebook name is Princess Amrita.

It is alleged the two had communicated online and had video chatted on several occasions since October 2022. The woman reportedly led the man into believing that she wanted to be his girlfriend.

The woman then convinced the man to send her money so that she can travel to the US to meet him. The man alleged that he sent her US$1200 in total at different times. After receiving the money, the woman blocked him.

Following the appearance of the story online, a lawyer’s letter was served by Anayama law offices to several online media entities. The  letter states that they were instructed by their client Cindy Olinda Lackram of kitty Georgetown that she has been the victim of cybercrime by online news entities. As a result, their client faced considerable embarrassment, damage, and injury to her reputation. The letter demanded that a public apology be made to their client.

Cindy Olinda has since alleged that she has been the victim of a catfish scam and that her pictures were used by a fake profile against her will. Olinda alleged that the person who collected the money was not her. The receipts of the money sent as seen by They Break News was received by Shazeela Hitnarine and not Cindy Olinda.

The Richmond Hill man alleged that he sent her US$1200 in total at different times. After receiving the money, the woman blocked him

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