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You might say, “Daddy wouldn’t be proud” in the case of Malikah Shabazz.
In July, Shabazz received a sentence of five years of probation for stealing the identity of 70-year-old, Khaula Bakr, and racking up more than $55,000 of debt in the family friend’s name. Bakr’s late husband was one of the civil rights activist’s bodyguards.
Shabazz promised to make monthly restitution payments of $1,229 for 50 months as a part of her plea agreement, but the probation department learned that she has not made any payments.
Additionally, the 46-year-old is accused of traveling outside of New York and living in St. Albans, Vermont, a violation of her probation.
She will appear in front of a New York City judge on Jan. 6.
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