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Buy 3 super cars at the same time with money support Covid-19


AmericaA California man was arrested for spending millions of dollars in assistance to buy a Ferrari, a Lamborghini and a Bentley.

Mustafa Qadiri, 38, was charged with fraud, money laundering and other counts. With $ 5 million received from the US government’s Payroll Protection Program (PPP), Qadiri bought a range of vehicles, including a Ferrari 458 Italia, a Lamborghini Aventador S and a Bentley Continental GT.

Supercar Lamborghini Aventador S 2018 was purchased from Covid-19 support money. Image: US Attorney LA

Start receiving support from the end of May 2020 and by the beginning of June of the same year, Qadiri has received nearly $ 5.1 million. This businessman applied to 3 different banks for support for 4 companies in California. However, prosecutors argued that these companies were inactive and believed that Qadiri used someone’s name, social security number and signature to apply.

The 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia supercar was taken away.  Photo: US Attorney LA

The 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia supercar was taken away. Image: US Attorney LA

State officials seized a 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia and a 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S registered under the name All American Capital Holdings – one of the companies Qadiri mentioned in the application for assistance. A 2020 Bentley Continental GT was also seized because it was purchased with money from PPP. Qadiri was also accused of using the money for “lavish vacations” and was confiscated $ 2 million from his bank account.

If convicted, Qadiri could face a total of 302 years in prison.

The Bentley model also purchased with the Covid-19 support money is being taken away by the police.  Photo: US Attorney LA

The Bentley model also purchased with the Covid-19 support money is being taken away by the police. Image: US Attorney LA

This is not the first time US prosecutors have arrested and accused an individual of using Covid-19 money to buy luxury cars. In July 2020, a 29-year-old man also had trouble buying a 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo after receiving $ 4 million from the government. Just a month later, a man in Texas was also arrested when he received $ 1.6 million in support and bought a Lamborghini Urus. In the same month, another person in Washington DC was arrested for paying $ 2.1 million in support money to buy a Kia Stinger and a house for $ 1.12 million.

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