Man, 35, convinced 30 women to send him $2.1 MILLION in dating scam

Man, 35, convinced 30 women to send him $2.1 MILLION in dating scam

New Jersey man, 35, who lied about being a soldier convinced 30 women to send him $2.1 MILLION in lonely hearts scam where one of his victims committed suicideFederal prosecutors have charged Rubbin Sarpong, 35, of Millville, New Jersey with conspiracy to commit wire fraudHe appeared in court on Wednesday and asked for a public defender, saying he can’t afford to hire his own attorneyInvestigators said Sarpong and his accomplices set up phony profiles on Plenty of Fish, Ourtime.com and Match.com to lure lonely women into sending cashThe group posed as U.S. soldiers stationed overseas in some instancesSarpong routinely flaunted the spoils of his crimes on Instagram and Facebook Prosecutors said one of Sarpong’s victims sent a total of $93,710 to two of his bank accounts between May 22, 2018 and June 12, 2018She killed herself two days later, according to authorities   Federal authorities have arrested a New Jersey man who they say has conned nearly three dozen women seeking romance on dating websites out of millions, leading to one committing suicide.  Rubbin Sarpong, 35, of Millville, New Jersey was the ring leader of the international swindling operation that tricked 30 women into sending him and his accomplices a total of $2.1 million, according to federal prosecutors. He has been charged in federal court with a single count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. On Wednesday, the conniving Casanova asked a judge to assign him to a public defender, claiming he didn’t have enough money to pay for an attorney, according to CBS Philly.Scroll down for video  Federal authorities have arrested Rubbin Sarpong, 35, of Millville, New Jersey, who they accuse of conning nearly three dozen women seeking romance on dating websites out of millions, leading one of his victims to commit suicide  Sarpong’s real-life fiance was seen walking to the courtroom the same day. She threatened a local TV news crew on camera, saying: ‘You better get that camera out of my face’ while walking to or from the courthouse RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Every tourist’s worst nightmare: Shocking video shows how… Mother and ‘women’s empowerment coach’ reveals she earns… Share this article Share Sarpong’s apparent real-life fiance was seen walking to the courtroom the same day.’You better get that camera out my face,’ she snapped at a local TV news crew. Sarpong’s Instagram page is filled with pictures and videos of him showing off gold jewelry, Rolex watches, fancy dinners, and stacks of money in addition to high-end clothes, top-shelf liquor and luxury cars, using hashtags like #RichN*ggaSh*t. ‘LivingHighLifeStyle… Let Them Hate #RichLifeStyle,’ he wrote in the caption of an August 13, 2018 photo.A September 20, 2017 Instagram video shows a small child smoking a hookah. Sarpong said the little girl was his daughter.’I left my daughter for one minute to use the bathroom… now look what I came back and see,’ he wrote in the video caption.She been watching m

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