Fashion Blogger Shaniqua Jordan Charged With Larceny, Attempt Larceny

She Capping: NYC Instagram “Influencer” Popped For Defrauding $50,000 From Credit Card Of Connecticut Woman

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Fashion Blogger Shaniqua Jordan Charged With Larceny And Attempted Larceny

Here’s something you could’ve guessed was happening behind the pages of at least a few Instagram “influencers.”

A fashion blogger named “simplicityxstyle“, known for posing in high fashion brands such as YSL, Loubiton, and Chanel is going through some pretty serious legal troubles after she was accused of stealing the identity of a Connecticut woman. According to a local news outlet, Stamford Advocate, Shaniqua Jordan’s, 32, of Brooklyn, 2017 fraud case was extradited from New York City to Stamford this week. She is being charged with third-degree larceny, four counts of illegal use of a credit card, forgery, criminal attempt at first and second-degree larceny and three counts of identity theft.

Documents from the case claim Jordan made multiple purchases on someone else’s debit card while opening additional accounts without her knowledge or permission. The accused influencer allegedly tried to make $54,000 in fraudulent purchases and $3,300 worth of purchases had gone through.

Interesting! Reportedly the accused scammer purchased an $18,000 Rolex watch from a California company and asked that it be sent a FedEx facility near her alleged victim’s address. The company questioned the purchase and contacted Falls Township police, who convinced them to send an empty box to facility the affidavit said. When Jordan arrived at the facility and presented a license in the identity victim’s name, she was arrested.

Yikes! She’s since been released after posting a $25,000 court-appearance bond and still keeping up with the Joneses on IG. Hit the flip to see her luxury looks.

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