a dancer of Tini Stoessel was arrested this Tuesday afternoon in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Puerto Madero, charged with execution repeated scams via Instagram.
The 26-year-old, identified as Axel Brian Egesttihe was captured by agents of the Departmental Investigation Delegation of San Isidro (DDI) and of the Technological Crimes Division of the Argentine Federal Police (PFA) in 700 Olga Cossettini street, in that neighborhood of the city of Buenos Aires.
As reported by police sources telamit all started on May 15, 2021, when Egestti, who was part of the famous Argentine singer’s staff of dancers, performed a alleged sale of gaming chairs through the Instagram account “Buenos Aires Ciudad Gamer” (@bsasciudadgamer) during the hot sale in May.
Subsequently, he received a bank transfer in exchange for delivery of the products with a maximum delay of 48 hours. However, once the money was deposited, he stopped texting the buyer and closed the account of that social network.
For his part, the victim filed a complaint. At the opening of the investigation it emerged that the same fraudulent maneuver had been carried out on at least two other occasions.
Like Tini’s dancer did the scams
Investigators were able to determine that the dancer was faking the sale of computer supplies and gaming chairs. Specific, posted professional photos of real shops and bought fake followersso that the account generates more trust.
In this way he managed to deceive the victims by pretending that it was a legitimate business and raised several million pesos a monthaccording to data from police sources.
Once the necessary evidence had been gathered and the perpetrator of the scams had been identified, the prosecutor of the San Isidro prison area, Esteban Álvarez, ordered his arrest.
The capture took place this Tuesday afternoon, after Egestti uploaded a story to his personal Instagram account, where he warned that he was in a bar in the Puerto Madero area.
After being arrested, the dancer was hosted in the PFA mayor’s office located in via Cavia, in the Buenos Aires district of Palermo, waiting for the intervening Court of Requests to authorize the transfer to the province of Buenos Aires, to be investigated by the prosecutor Álvarez.
With information from Telam.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.