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Muvhango actor in identify theft scandal

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Muvhango actor, David Sebe became a victim of identity theft in a Facebook scam.

It’s been a tough time for Muvhango actor David Sebe, who plays Gizara on the soapie. He is dealing with a case of identity fraud and now has to hand himself over to the police to prove that he is not the one who has been committing vicious crimes.

Instead of focusing on his work at Muvhango, the actor now has to prove that he is not guilty of the crimes he is accused of and that someone has stolen his identity.

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David became a victim of identity theft in a Facebook scam. An imposter allegedly used David’s stolen identity to commit all kinds of crimes, including fraud. The accused also has other cases pending against him – including raping minors and break-ins.

David, who is not even on social media, says: “I’m so disappointed that people can go to such lengths and use my identity to scam people. I now have to drop my work and go to the authorities for something that was done by someone else using my photos. My work is very important to me as I have to provide for my family and this has caused a lot of disturbances. The worst thing is that I’m not even on social media. People should stop using my pictures for their own benefit.”

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He pleaded with fans to help stop identity theft.

“Please report anyone who is using my face for their own gain. I would also like to advise the public to take this matter seriously, as it can happen to anyone. I will now start speaking about identity protection to bring awareness on such matters,” he said.

On David’s link to the crimes, Muvhango publicist Thanduxolo Jindela says: “This is a court matter. I’m not in a position to say much.

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Source: on 2021-04-23 04:48:45

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