Former Magnum Kings and Queens contestant Tanto Blacks is wanted by the Counterterrorism and Organised Crime Investigations Branch (CTOC) online purchase viagra in connection with fraud-related charges.
This comes after fellow MKQ contestant, ‘Poor and Boasy’, real name Omar Johnson, pleaded guilty to fraud charges when he appeared in the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court on Tuesday.
The complainant, a businessman, alleges that ‘Poor and Boasy’ approached him with US$1,000, which he stated that he received from Tanto Blacks. Poor and Boasy told the complainant that Tanto Blacks was asking him to keep the US $1000 in exchange for Jamaican $70, 000. The complainant was told that the entertainers would return for the US $1000 and give back the $70,000 that was borrowed.
It was later revealed that the US $1000 notes were fake, as they had the same serial number.
During his plea, Poor and Boasy stated that when he received the envelope it was sealed, hence he had purchase cialis on line no idea that the money inside was fake.
He must report to the Half-Way-Tree Police Station weekly until there follow up court date in November.