• September 30, 2022

Check Out The Scheme Woman Used To Seize Midwest Mansion?

Always wanted to live in a mansion? Well, it may be easier than you think. No need to work, or even hold a job. You don’t have to be a trust fund baby, or win the lottery. You just need to know the “scam” that gets you in the front door, so to speak.


28 year old, Lakresha Slaughter, figured it out and is attempting to take possession of this beautiful $4.7 million dollar mansion away from its owners.

The home sits in an upscale community, in a St. Louis suburb, recently went up for sale, which was all it took for Slaughter to initiate the seizure of the property.

Slaughter, who goes by the name of Queen and Rehan Keyaan Alui Bey filed papers with the St. Louis County recorder of deeds in July of 2014 on the pretense the home was unoccupied or abandoned, therefore she filed for a sovereign claim on the property. And the recorder of deeds then, in turn, sent a letter to the owners to turn all keys over within 10 days.

Slaughter claims she is a Moorish American National and immune from any interpretation of the law except their own. Refusing to pay taxes and claiming property, filing leans are just a few of the stunts they pull.

Fox2Now reports an increasing number of Moorish Science followers are filing an increasing number of false documents like this and others.

“Lakresha Slaughter told investigators that her father told her to,”Look into taking back the land that is rightfully hers,” according to the probable cause statement.   She claims her father introduced her to a man who told them to change their names and file the documents to take possession of the property. The man told her that after 10 days the County Sheriff would give them the keys to the unoccupied home.”

Slaughter is now charged with two counts of filing false documents and the home in Chesterfield, MO is no longer for sale.

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