Man Is Sentenced To 11 Years In Prison For Extorting False And Plan Tour Of Justin Bieber

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The arrest of a Norwegian man who claimed to have the exclusive rights of the tour of Justin Bieber in Scandinavia and then to extort $1 million, a investor had his sentence of 11 years in prison. A Norwegian was sentenced to 11 years in prison in Los Angeles for extorting a million dollars from an investor in a false operation promoting the tour of Justin Bieber in Scandinavia. Wahleed Ahmed was also ordered to pay million, according to an announcement from the prosecutor’s Los Angeles and the FBI .

The man of 22 years, had promised an investor that he could win nine million dollars in profits in three months. In August 2012, he managed to convince him to organize a tour of the singer to Scandinavia, claiming to have the exclusive Canadian rights in this region. To convince the victim, he presented himself as the inventor of a product for cell phone and claimed to be the head of a telephone company large.

Arrested in San Francisco, in September 2012, he pleaded guilty in March 2013 and admitted to having “knowledge of the reasons for stealing money from the victim, knowing there was no contract with the company responsible for organizing the shows Justin Bieber and that the victim would his your money.

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