In this article, we are going to share a new case. this case is currently trending on the internet. A disgraced NRL star Hayne has allegedly lost $780k in prison. This was a huge Bitcoin scam. Accused NRL player Jarryd Hayne allegedly fell for a $780,000 Bitcoin fraud by one of his jail mates. According to allegations, Ishan Seenar Sappideen told Hayne, a man who had been convicted of rape, that he had gained millions of dollars investing with Australian billionaire Mike Cannon-Brooke. According to the source, the scam artist persuaded Hayne and other prisoners that investing with him would result in significant rewards. Sappideen was found guilty of defrauding his friends and family of $4.6 million through a Ponzi scam, and he is currently serving a term of up to 12 years.
Hayne Jail Scam
According to the experts, between 2020 and 2022, Hayne and at least six other convicts at Cooma jail sent the former Sydney Grammar student more than $2 million. Due to concerns for his safety after allegations about his behavior prompted Corrective Services NSW’s investigations, Sappideen was transferred to a different prison. According to a CSNSW spokesman who talked to The Daily Telegraph, Earlier this year, CSNSW intelligence officers became aware of allegations that an inmate at Cooma Correctional Centre was trying to coerce and advise fellow inmates to make transactions on the financial markets. More information about this case has been written in the next paragraph so scroll down to the next paragraph now. So, let us now continue this article in the next paragraph.
Since then, the accused prisoner’s security classification has been changed to allow for more oversight and less freedom. The authorities’ Corrections Intelligence Unit receives information about suspected criminal activity from CSNSW and shares it with the appropriate state and federal authorities. According to the claims, someone outside of jail who had access to Hayne’s bank accounts transferred his money.
After being found guilty of raping a woman at her house in October 2019 and receiving a five-year, nine-month prison sentence, Hayne was detained in Cooma. He was granted a retrial after winning an appeal in February 2022, but on May 12 he was once more found guilty and sentenced to at least three years in prison. So this was all about this case. We have shared every single piece of detail of this case with you. So, Stay tuned to pkb news for more informative news like this one.