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Socialite Mai TT arrested for fraud, theft of Trust Property

Socialite Mai TT arrested for fraud, theft of Trust Property. According to The Herald, Mai TT, whose real name is Felistas Murata (36), borrowed the US$10 000 on the pretext that she wanted to venture into business and offered a hired car as collateral security.

Social media personality Mai TT appeared in court on Thursday, 02 March 2023 on allegations of defrauding a Harare woman of US$10 000. She was not asked to plead to fraud and theft of trust property charges when she appeared at the Harare Magistrates Court.

The court heard that in September 2022, Mai TT approached Rachel Mhuka saying she was in need of US$10 000 so that she could start a business. She allegedly volunteered to give Mhuka a Mercedes Benz (AFF9759), which she claimed belonged to her, as surety.

Mai TT told Mhuka that she would forfeit the Mercedes Benz in the event that she failed to repay the US$10 000 on or before 30 November 2022.

The State alleges that acting on the misrepresentation, Mhuka gave Murata US$10 000. After some days, Mai Titi allegedly returned to Mhuka and demanded back the car saying it did not belong to her.

She allegedly offered Mhuka an Audi Q5 (AFG3701) and an expired passport as surety. Sometime in January this year, Mhuka was then approached by police from ZRP Rhodesville, who then seized the Audi Q5 saying it belonged to Else Event Car Hire.

Mhuka then lodged a complaint with the police leading to Mai TT’s arrest. It is further alleged that Mai Titi approached Liberty Kudakwashe Vazhura at Else Car Rental intending to hire an Audi Q5.

Vazhura and Mai Titi then entered into an agreement where she was supposed to pay US$770 per week and a lease agreement was signed. She failed to make the weekly payments, which prompted Vazhura to order her to return the car. Vazhura then reported the matter to Rhodesville Police Station.

The car was recovered from Mhuka’s place of residence where Mai Titi had surrendered it as collateral. In the fraud case, Mai TT was remanded to April 20 while the theft of trust property matter was remanded to March 21. She was granted free bail on both charges.

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