Nick Bromberg, 04 June 2021
A United Soccer League player has been indicted on charges that he allegedly catfished two people out of a combined $215,000.
Abdul Osumanu, 24, is a defender for Union Omaha. He was charged last week along with Banabas Ganidekam in a U.S. District Court in West Virginia with two counts of mail fraud, two counts of wire fraud, a money laundering charge and a charge of receipt of stolen money.
Per the indictment, Osumanu is accused of catfishing people via online and text communications to get them to send him and another man money under the pretext of a romantic relationship. Continue reading “Article: Professional soccer player indicted on fraud charges in alleged $215K catfishing scheme”