Then bank fraud landed her behind bars! Tonight’s episode of VH1’s “My True Crime Story” spotlights Jamila Davis, a smart church-going woman from Queens, who A-listed her way into the male-dominated world of mortgage fraud, aided by some of the world’s biggest banks. Known as Queens’ Realest Agent, she began flipping mansions for millions in exclusive neighborhoods – she even helped rapper, Fabolous, buy his first car – until the FBI began to watch her every move.
In “My True Crime Story,” Jamila discusses how her life took a tragic turn but after serving time in federal prison for bank fraud, she became an advocate for incarcerated women. Jamila is a co-founder of WomenOverIncarcerated.org, an advocacy group that rallies for sentencing reform for non-violent, female federal offenders.
Check out a sneak peek clip from tonight’s episode below:
VH1’s “My True Crime Story” airs Mondays at 10 PM ET / PT.
Will you be watching?