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Far-right conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl is wanted on a felony arrest warrant for the alleged illegal sale of securities during his teenage years.
The 21-year-old and his former business partner Matthew Johnson have been charged in a criminal complaint filed to Riverside Superior Court on August 19.
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The pair allegedly 'represented themselves as members of a company called Montgomery Assets' at the time of the incident between July and August in 2016, Daily Beast reported.
The exact details relating to the charge are unknown, other than being related to Wohl having 'offered for sale unqualified securities in violation of California Corporations Code 25110'.
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The arrest warrant was issued before the criminal complaint reached its three-year statute of limitations towards the end of August.
Wohl was 17 or 18 years old at the time of the allegedly incident, according to NBC News.
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Prosecutors have recommended Wohl and Johnson have a $5,000 bond set against them.
As part of Montgomery Assets they allegedly tried to sell a $100,000 note with a 17 percent rate of return to an undercover investigator in Riverside, NBC wrote.
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The business was shut down in 2017 by the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Wohl became notorious as a far-right activist who regularly made comments supporting President Donald Trump and allegedly spread conspiracy theories against his opponents.
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This included a failed attempt to allegedly concoct a sexual assault smear against then-Special Counsel Robert Mueller in November 2018, along with Washington lobbyist Jack Burman....
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