Usain Bolt reportedly missing millions from investment accounts

Jamaica’s Financial Investigations Division and Financial Services Commission has reportedly launched an investigation

Usain Bolt is reportedly missing millions of dollars after funds vanished from the eight-time Olympic champion’s investment accounts.

The track and field icon’s manager, Nugent Walker, has claimed that Jamaica’s Financial Investigations Division and Financial Services Commission has launched an investigation.

Usain Bolt, a retired sprinting legend who is now a music producer, has taken a shot at the white collar criminal(s) at Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) who stole almost J$1.2 billion (about US$10 million) from his investment account, leaving barely US$2,000.

Many of the track star’s supporters were outraged and perplexed when the news first surfaced last week. Bolt, on the other hand, kept quiet until this morning (January 16), when he shared a five-second Twitter clip of his single from 2022, Cryptic World.

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Bolt’s funds, which were deposited in 2012, were reportedly allocated for his retirement.  He reportedly never made a withdrawal.

According to an Observer source, SSL was aware of the fraudulent activities since August 2022, however, the suspected culprit was still employed up until January 11, 2023.  The company has involved the authorities in conducting a thorough investigation.

On Monday, Ghetto Story deejay Cham called on the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance to address the matter. 


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