Felony Arrest Warrant Issued for Grifter Jacob WohlWohl will face felony charges in California for unlawfully selling securities.
By Richard Moorhead
Big League Politics
Sep. 05, 2019
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Infamous hoax artist and publicity seeker Jacob Wohl is now wanted for felony financial fraud in California, in a development that could represent the end of the hoaxster’s ability to invent new scams.
Wohl is being charged by California prosecutors for the unlawful sale of securities. They’re alleging he sold illegitimate certificates of ownership in a company he founded with a business partner, Matthew Johnson. Johnson is also being charged.
It ranges from possible to likely that the company shares Wohl sold to members of the public in 2016 never even existed to begin with. His arrest warrant is yet to be carried out as of Wednesday night, and prosecutors have recommended a bond of $5,000 for Wohl and Johnson.