The FBI arrested a Ghanaian slayqueen in the United States for a $6 million online fraud. [Details]

Whitney Adams, a Ghanaian lady, was detained by the FBI in the United States for committing a $6 million fraud. 

According to a report on, she has made more than $6 million in internet fraud with the help of several local con artists. 

Whitney, who resides in Ghana and America, has allegedly assisted Ghanaian scammers in defrauding people, according to court documents filed in the United States with case number 1:22-mj-01123. 

Whitney Adams has been recognized as a Ghanaian woman who goes by the moniker Girl Boss. 

She is particularly well-known on Snapchat for her opulent lifestyle, which includes frequent trips to Dubai for 5-star vacations. 

The following are excerpts from the documents: 

"FLAVIA ANNANG, WHITNEY ADAMS, and their co-conspirators operated a romance / inheritance fraud in the District of Arizona, and elsewhere, from a time unknown, but at least July 2018, and until April 7, 2022," according to the court papers. 

"Unknown co-conspirators created phony online dating profiles and personas to engage in online chats, text messaging, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls, and other activities with unwitting Victims in the United States in order to convince those Victims they were in an online romantic relationship with a real person," according to the complaint. 

"These unsuspecting Victims were mainly elderly or older men," according to the document. The Victims were then persuaded by ANNANG's and ADAMS' co-conspirators to pay money to, or on behalf of, those phony love partners in order to collect a fake inheritance that was allegedly entitled to the romantic partner. 

The Victims were told that the money would be used to pay attorney's fees, customs duties, government fees, taxes, or other expenses related to "releasing" the inheritance, and that they would share in the eventual inheritance or that the "inheritance" proceeds would allow the fake romantic partner to join the Victim in the United States. 

The Victims were given addresses to mail checks to as well as bank accounts to wire money or deposit checks to, all of which were controlled by ANNANG, ADAMS, or other co-conspirators. The Victims' money was subsequently fraudulently transferred and/or held by ANNANG, ADAMS, and the co-conspirators, with no "inheritance" proceeds being remitted in exchange. 

"I then interviewed Victim #2 on June 25, 2021, and several times subsequently," the FBI agent who submitted the lawsuit on behalf of the US said. Victim #2 is a 68-year-old woman from Flagstaff, Arizona. Victim #2 was first introduced to his friend's online girlfriend, Stephanie Williams, in 2015. 

Victim #2 was told by Williams that her parents died in Ghana and left her a significant bequest of gold bars worth over $10,000,000. Victim #2 was placed in touch with people posing as attorneys and government officials who offered to help Williams and Victim #2 acquire the inheritance for a fee. 

Victim #2 was directed by Williams and her colleagues to transfer money to various people in order to claim the inheritance. If Williams completed the installments, he offered to divide the fortune with Victim #2. Victim #2 sent over $5,000,000 to various parties in a failed attempt to collect the inheritance between 2015 and 2022." 

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