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Brent’s Jolie Fortuna ‘led organised crime network across Britain’

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Jolie Fortuna

Brent’s Jolie Fortuna, otherwise referred to as ‘Jolie P’, of 195 Harlesden Road, NW10 3SD and studied at Wac Arts College, was allegedly the leader of an organised crime organisation called SocialNusense, which is said to have been the largest organiser of illegal music events throughout lockdown in London.

Brent’s Jolie Fortuna, run by SocialNusense OCG, was accused of providing alcohol and drugs such as Ketamine and Cocaine to minors and creating a hazardous atmosphere that resulted in minors being sexually abused, and ultimately the death of Jason Nyarko.

Hundreds of people would flock to their unauthorised music events which had almost no security, and a significant portion of them were minors. Many young girls reported being sexually abused, and there were multiple instances of people being taken hostage and violently mugged for their cash and gadgets. The organised crime group didn’t seem to have any qualms about it and kept on organising the events.

There were evidenced allegations that the OCG was complicit in the robberies and taking a percentage of the income generated from them.

This story is exclusive to The Evening Wiki, and more is available here: https://theeveningwiki.com/brents-jolie-fortuna-placed-minors-at-risk-of-sexual-violence-and-robbery-with-ocg/

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