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Woman Fakes Pregnancy to Exort Money From Ex

Sally threatened to have the ex fired from his job, boasting of her connections to an unnamed “Honourable” MP

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Woman Fakes Pregnancy to Exort Money From Ex

A Harare woman was arrested after attempting to swindle her former lover out of a hefty sum of US$2300 by faking a pregnancy and childbirth.

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The story unfolds like a dramatic script, with twists and turns that leave one questioning the lengths people will go to for money.

Sally, as she is only known, concocted an elaborate scheme to deceive her ex-lover, claiming she was pregnant and had given birth and needed US$2300 to cover the associated costs.

She even went as far as sharing photos of a baby to lend credibility to her story.

To add pressure, she threatened to have him fired from his job, boasting of her connections to an unnamed “Honourable” Member of Parliament.

Her scheme fell apart when Tafadzwa “Detective Kedha” Chidawa, a former police officer turned social media detective, was contracted by the distraught lover to unravel the truth.

Woman Fakes Pregnancy to Exort Money From Ex

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Posing as the lover’s nephew, Detective Kedha initiated a sting operation that led to the capture of the driver supposed to collect the extortion money.

The driver quickly implicated Sally and led the detective to her location.

Upon questioning, Sally initially insisted she was on her way to the clinic and defiantly said that we wanted to call her lawyer.

But she later claimed she had suffered a miscarriage, contradicting her earlier assertion that the baby had been born.

The video documenting the investigation ends with Sally at the police station, awaiting processing.

This incident not only highlights the lengths to which individuals will go for financial gain but also serves as a cautionary tale about the consequences of deception.

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For Zimbabweans, both at home and abroad, this story is a reminder of the importance of vigilance and the need to verify claims, especially when they involve significant financial transactions.

As the case of Sally and her elaborate extortion scheme unfolds, one can’t help but wonder about the moral compass of individuals who resort to such deceit.


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