In the process of investigating a fraudulent couple selling used luxury goods, it was bizarrely revealed that the wife actually married her husband by deceiving her husband as an heiress to a large sum of money.
The Ulsan District Prosecutor’s Office announced that the husband, A, in his 30s, of a couple who was under arrest and investigation on suspicion of stealing 116 million won by deceiving the victims by selling used luxury bags and jewelry (fraud) was cleared of charges and released today (8th). revealed.
Prosecutors initially saw both A and his wife, B, in their 20s as suspects and arrested them, but during the investigation, it was difficult to see that husband A had committed a crime, and rather, it was revealed that he was a victim of a fraudulent marriage tricked by his wife B.
According to the prosecution, Mr. B deceived herself as a 'heiress to a franchise coffee shop' in July of last year, and she married Mr. A.
Afterwards, Mr. B extorted 400 million won from Mr. A, saying, “I need money for an inheritance dispute.”
Mr. B even cheated on Mr. A and her in-laws as if she gave birth to her triplets in March of this year.
Mr. B took advantage of the fact that he was banned from visiting the hospital due to Corona 19, and showed her a photo of a baby whose mother's name was fabricated, making her believe.
At the same time, when Mr. B, who was committing fraudulent luxury goods, was arrested, he made a statement as if he had committed fraud with his husband, Mr. A.
However, during the investigation, the prosecution confirmed that Mr. A was also a victim of fraudulent marriage through analysis of his mobile phone and account number, while confessing that "I was deceived too."
An official from the prosecution said, "Mr. B's swindling of 400 million won through a fraudulent marriage was not prosecuted because it was impossible to be punished under the rules of kinship ceremonies.