The two charming ladies above were in a place called Mango’s Tropical Café in Miami a few weeks ago, enjoying the lovely weather when they came across something interesting. It was an iPhone. So being the good Samaritans they are, they went through the phone attempting to locate the owner. The owner of the lost phone was someone named Malika Everette. Malika Everette works for True Entertainment. True Entertainment is the production company for the Real Housewives of Atlanta as well as Kim and Kandi’s spinoffs. Suddenly the two ladies Sonia (left) and Chloe (right) get one of those brilliant ideas that sounds really good when you are in Miami tossing back Mojitos during happy hour on an empty stomach…
Sonia and Chloe decide to call Joye Chin, Joye is the head boss lady at True Production. She’s a smart cookie. Sonia and Chloe decide they would like Joye to give them $3000 for the phone. Does this seem like a strange amount to anyone else? Two women want 3K ? Why not ask for a nice round 5K or just 2K, a quick grand a piece. I wonder about these sorts of things. Anyway, Sonia and Chloe tell Joye that if she doesn’t give them 3K, they will sell the production secrets on the phone to TMZ. And that is where Sonia and Chloe committed extortion. This will turn out to be problematic for Sonia and Chloe later in the story. But first, I would think the smarter thing to have done would be to offer it to TMZ first. Perhaps they did that. Perhaps they realized that it is harder to get ahold of anyone at TMZ than one might think. At any rate, they fucked up, and we did not get to find out the juicy production secrets of RHOA.
Moving on…Sonia and Chloe asked Joye to meet them at Joe’s Crab Shack to make the big exchange. So Joye said, “sure, I look forward to seeing you there.” This is how all three ladies and a few Broward County Sheriffs ended up at Joe’s Crab Shack and Sonia and Chloe went to jail for extortion, Malika got her phone back and we got nothing. Way to go, Sonia and Chloe. Way to go.
Sonia and Chloe are looking at 15 years for extortion which is a second degree felony in the Sunshine State.