By Mike Andrews
Dipset’s former first lady, Jha Jha, also known as Natoya Handy to the federal government, has fell upon some rough times with the Feds down in Miami.
After what should have been a simple traffic stop for tinted windows on a rental car almost a year ago in Miami, things only got more complicated and shady from then on.
When asked to search the vehicle she was driving, Handy declined, but the Miami Gardens Police took it upon themselves to call the rental car company that owned the vehicle and told them the vehicle was being used for crimes and was having it towed.
Once impounded, the search (which details have not been released) led to Jha Jha’s arrest on 10 charges of fraud and possession of prescription drugs without a prescription.
Things only got worse when the U.S. Marshalls came knocking down Handy’s door six months later on October 9 and then sent her to jail for possession of an access device and intent to defraud. All charges could lead to up to ten years in jail if convicted.
While all the details have yet to come out, sources close to Jha Jha tell Drank and Dank that the Feds offered a plea to lessen her jail time if she would help lead them to another arrest. In relation, there is a lot of belief that these charges were drawn up in order to lead to another arrest by the U.S. Marshalls.
After declining to provide any information, the Feds moved forward with one count of possession and five counts of intent to defraud by using false names. The story does not seem to stick quite yet for the Feds, however, as the IRS has yet to charge Handy for any of the names the U.S. Marshall claims she was using.
Handy has pleaded not guilty to all six charges and is out on a $50,000 bond. Trial is set to begin early next month, Drank and Dank will continue to follow the story and update with any details as we get them.