Here’s proof Dammy Krane has not been set ‘free’

Here’s proof Dammy Krane has not been set ‘free’

- Contrary to reports that he was now a free man, fresh details have emerged about Dammy Krane’s battles with the law in the USA

- The private jet company he allegedly stole from has denied that he has been set free

- They also revealed that the court hasn’t declared him not guilty

News recently went round saying that popular musician Dammy Krane who was arrested after he was accused of using stolen credit cards to book a private jet had been set free.

His close friend Davido also appeared to confirm this news when he took to Snapchat to announce that Dammy had indeed been set free.

Well, Tap Jets, the company Dammy and his accomplice booked the private jet from has released a statement saying that Dammy is not yet a free man.

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The company’s head of flight safety and security, Mr Konstantin wrote that the court has given the prosecution 180 days to file new charges against Dammy hence, he hasn’t been set free.

Here’s proof Dammy Krane has not been set ‘free’

Dammy Krane (Image courtesy Instagram)

"There is a 180-day delay in bringing full charges. Information from our attorney indicated that his accomplice, Chukwuebuka Ilochonwu, is giving police full cooperation. This was why they asked for 180 days to bring big charges. So he is not free. Court record says "no action" it does not say "not guilty," he wrote.

Dammy Krane was arrested and booked on June 2, 2017 for theft, credit card and identity fraud in Miami. He was released a few days after he pleaded not guilty to the charges and met his bail condition.

Watch Harrysong tell NAIJ TV how music saved him from a life of crime below:

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Source: Entertainment.naij.com

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