[Video] Adsu ransacked his home: Crypto King tiktoker denounces ‘police error’

The narcotics squad was supposed to search his home in Vacoas in his absence on the evening of Tuesday, October 12th. Condemning “illegal acts,” Tiktoker Crypto King intends to file a complaint with the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) early next week. Amin Mustan, 27, is known on TikTok as Crypto King for his demos in which he explains how to get rich by investing in cryptocurrencies.

Married and father of two children, he himself would have made a fortune in this way. Mauritius by origin, he was born and raised in Canada before moving to the island in 2019. He lives in Vacoas. However, last Tuesday, the Anti-Drug Squad (Adsu) ransacked his home in an “illegal” way, he said.

Amin Mustan posted a video of the search on social media, denouncing what he called a “police mistake”. He used the services of a lawyer and registered the recording at the Sodnak police station. He intends to go to the IPCC to file a complaint against Adsu early next week, “with supporting evidence,” he announces.


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