Three weeks before the Judiciary ordered the capture and international search of Pamela Cabanillas, the alleged leader of the criminal organization ‘Los QR de la Estafa’ —which operated at the last Daddy Yankee concert—, the young woman shared an opaque photograph on her account from Instagram.
The Judiciary orders Interpol to capture internationally Pamela Cabanillas, the alleged leader of “Los QR de la estafa”
If brought to Peruvian soil, the self-styled “Mommy Yankee” must serve preventive detention for 18 months for the crimes of aggravated fraud against hundreds of people.
Investigated for allegedly cloning the Teleticket page and generating false tickets with which she would have obtained more than 85,000 soles, Cabanillas posed next to an electric train, with a legend that said: “somewhere in the world.” It was the last 26th of January.
In November of last year, the Spanish Police intervened when she tried to steal clothes in an H&M store in Madrid. She was released at the beginning of the following month because it was a “minor crime,” reported the Peruvian police institution.
In those days, the “Daddy Yankee ticket scammer” had appeared in an interview with Panorama where she assured that she would not return a single sol of the profits she obtained. “Unfortunately, they will not be able to recover the money from him because I have already spent it,” said the young woman, always from hiding.
Pamela Cabanillas cheated with tickets for matches in Peru | ATV
His Instagram photos have been removed. She only left two publications before the measure was ordered to be made available to the Ninth Preparatory Investigation Court of the Supreme Court of Justice of Lima.
Despite her status as a fugitive, Pamela Cabanillas is subject to an 18-month preventive detention order requested by the Third Provincial Office of the Specialized Cybercrime Prosecutor of Lima, for a series of crimes committed between March and October 2022, when the concert de Morat, Coldplay, Bad Bunny and various football matches.
Arrest warrant document against Pamela Cabanillas
The crimes charged are fraud, identity theft and falsification of documents, which have a maximum custodial sentence of 8, 4 and 5 years, respectively.
Also called the ‘Mommy Yankee’, she offered tickets through social networks and assured that her father worked at the Peruvian Association of Authors and Composers (Apdayc). In this way, she justified the low price that she offered.
Concerts in Peru boosted part of GDP growth in 2022, according to INEI
Musical shows by foreign artists such as Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, Coldplay, Harry Styles contributed 0.73 percentage points to the total variation of national production in 2022. Local artists such as Grupo 5 and Armonía 10 also contributed to the country’s economic activity.
He met with his victims, showed his identity document and took them to his presumed address. After making the transaction, he blocked the aggrieved to avoid claims.
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