March 21, 2023

Australia: Youth accused of spending crores sentenced to 18 months, know what is the matter

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Australian youth sentenced to 18 months in jail
There was an allegation of spending the money deposited in the account by mistake
The youth bought make-up, designer clothes and gold

New Delhi. A strange case has come to light from Australia. In this, a youth, Abdel Ghadia (24), was arrested on charges of spending someone else’s money. After a year-long trial, he has now been jailed for 18 months. The police officer said that Abdel Ghadia wanted to become a rapper and wanted to pursue a career in music. One day, 4.2 crore rupees came in Abdul’s bank account, so he started spending this money. The money was mistakenly deposited into Abdel’s account by Instagram nutritionist Tara Thorne and her husband Corey. He wanted to send money to his broker to buy a house in Sydney.

According to a report by 9Now, 420,000 pound sterling (Rs 4.2 crore) was deposited in the account of young man Abdul by mistake in Australia. This amount was to be deposited in the account of broker Adam Magro. Tara Thorne and her husband Corey wanted to buy a house on Sydney’s beach. According to the report, the email ID of the couple was hacked and they were asked to transfer money. This incident happened last year. The police arrested Ghadia on charges of embezzling the couple’s money. He was also found accused of not reporting the money. However, he denied any involvement in the money transfer.

When I woke up, I saw that crores of rupees have come in my account.
Ghadia told the police during interrogation that one day when he woke up, he saw money in the account. He wanted to give gold to his beloved, so spent the money. According to the Sydney-based Daily Telegraph, he told police that spending money from his account was a crime, something he had never thought of. He is the only person to be accused in this case, where the couple has lost their life’s earnings. In this case, the court said that the excuse of Abdul Ghadia’s young age and lack of knowledge of the crime is not effective. It has been told in the news that it has been said in the sentence that he will not be given parole for the first 10 months. On the other hand, the police say that Abdel has not answered all the questions, he has not even told to whom and when he gave the gold? Significantly, the police could not get the gold recovered from Abdel.

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