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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Bigamist avoids jail over £900,000 inheritance tax fraud

The greed of people in general when it comes to estates really knows no bounds. Many  people are able to convince themselves that when someone dies, their accumulation of wealth is up for grabs, despite there being laws or a will, not to mention moral restraints. The more money left behind by the deceased, the easier it is for those around them to convince themselves that they deserve a shot at it.

Here is a story about Ayse Akgun, a 36-year-old bigamist who claimed to be the spouse of Kuwaiti businessman, Mousa Hamoud Ali Al-Saiftried, in order to claim the £2.6 million estate he left behind. To make a long story short, she was busted by the trustees of some of the property which she thought was in the estate, but was not. She was charged with bigamy as well as fraud relating to her claim against the estate. Isn’t it great that we finally had a story where the trustees turned out to be the good guys for once!
Click here to read the story from It's one of those stories where real life is as good as watching a movie.
The attached photo of Akgun appeared in the Telegraph article and is credited to Will Wintercross.


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