A couple from Prosper are accused of scamming tens of millions of dollars from people by allegedly operating an illegal pyramid scheme from their Prosper home over the past year or so.

Marlon Moore, also known as D.J. ASAP, and his wife LaShonda are no strangers to the spotlight.

The couple appeared on an OWN Network reality show called ‘Family or Fiance,’ which brings together disapproving families of engaged couples.

This week, the couple is in a different type of spotlight again.

Monday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against Marlon and LaShonda Moore as well as the company they operated called BINT Operations, LLC. BINT stands for “Blessings In No Time.”

The lawsuit accuses the Moores of operating an “illegal pyramid scheme … to scam tens of millions of dollars from members of the African American community throughout the nation.”

Rosetta Fleming says she’s one of them.

“They wanted to say…

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