Insurance Broker Told To Repay Fake Arena Bombing Claims
Law360, London (March 12, 2019, 5:08 PM GMT) -- An insurance broker jailed last year for making fraudulent claims, including falsely stating that her daughter had suffered serious injuries in the Manchester Arena terror attack, has been ordered by a court to pay back £139,000 ($182,000), City of London Police said Tuesday.
Susan Pain, 51, was sentenced to two years in prison in September after pleading guilty to committing fraud by false representation. She had used details of friends and family to make 31 fake medical claims while working as a director for an insurance broker.
Pain has now been ordered to return £139,000 following a confiscation hearing brought by...
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