Tap Jets has revealed it's plans to prosecute Dammy Krane to the full extent of the law for his crimes.
Tap Jets has come out to claim responsibility for Dammy Krane's arrest over charges of grand theft, credit card and identity fraud.
The world's first Hail-A-Jet service vows to prosecute the singer to the fullest extent of the law for his crimes.
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The company revealed it's intent via it's official Twitter handle, tweeting: "Yesterday @dammy_krane booked @TapJets flight using stolen credit card numbers. Our policy is to prosecute to the fullest extent #crime."
Prior to his arrest, Krane shared vidoes of himself having the time of his life on a private jet, one of which he was seen enjoying jollof rice on the flight barely days before his arrest.
As earlier reported, the pop singer was arrested on Friday, June 2, in Dade County, Miami, Florida and is currently in jail with his bail set at $5,000.
Dammy Krane's mug shot appeared on the Internet shortly after the news broke, but his name on the shot is Johnson-Hunga Oyindamola Emmanuel.
The image showed the date and time when the singer was booked as well as the bond payment to be remitted before his release.
The singer, in a series of Twitter posts he shared following the news of his incarceration, made subliminal remarks regarding the incident in a confrontational manner directed at his critics.
According to his posts, times of difficulties are usually one of the certain ways of finding out who truly supports one.
Krane, who is based in the U.S is expected to pay a sum of $17,500 for all the infringement according to the mugshot display.