Chicago native rapper G Herbo has added a third charge to an indictment he’s already facing for allegations of fraud and identity theft after reportedly lying to a federal agent!
Herbo also known as Herbert Wright III allegedly informed a federal agent back in November 2018 that he had no affiliation with rap promoter Antonio Strong reports the Chicago Sun Times.
Sources have confirmed that Antonio was amongst five other people indicted alongside Herbo in December 2020.
Despite Herbo insisting that he doesn’t know him, Antonio has identified himself as the rapper’s manager.
According to the official indictment filed in the U.S District Court in Springfield, Massachusetts Antonio was reportedly Herbo’s manager when he stole credit card information along with ID’s to pay for private jets, expensive meals and designer items.
Prosectors have forwarded details that Herbo had a relationship with Antonio both in business and personal.
They’ve allegedly discovered that Antonio was paid by him within the exchange of valuable goods and luxury accommodations. Not to mention frequent phone conversations as well as texts and social media messaging.
If convicted Herbo could face up to five years in prison including three years of supervised release along with a $250,000 fine.