A Chesapeake widow in the U.S gave $300,000, computer, clothes, shoes, and jewelry to a man she met on a dating website.
The 70-yr-old woman decided to join a dating website dedicated to people over 50, in order to get another elderly partner after losing her husband to cancer.
She started communicating with a man whose real name is Richard Yaw Dorpe, 39-yr-old from Ghana.
Dorpe introduced himself as Jerry Linus, a native of Norway, widower, and resident of Virginia Beach.
Linus later told the woman that he needed $200,000 to purchase gold bars in Ghana because the prices were better there. the woman sent him the money.
A few months after, he demanded for another $100,000 and promised her he’d repay her when he returned to Virginia to be with her. She also sent the money to him.
The secret came to light after Linus contacted the woman through a video call and surprisingly revealed his true identity as Richard Yaw Dorpe.
Dorpe was arrested and extradited to the U.S where he was sentenced in the District Court in Norfolk to three years and four months in prison.
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