Woman sentenced for fraudulent life insurance claim

Two years imprisonment suspended for two years

John Brazier
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Woman sentenced for fraudulent life insurance claim

A London woman has been sentenced for making a fraudulent life insurance claim on her husband’s life insurance policy

Thuile Bhebhe, 51, was sentenced to 24 months imprisonment - suspended for two years - as well as 100 hours unpaid work and a 25-day rehabilitation activity requirement for the fraudulent claim. Bhebhe...

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