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The mother, who forged cancer and put the well-meaning in trouble from £ 45,000, ordered a repayment of only £ 5.

A mother who was diagnosed with

cancerand pretended thatraised £ 45,000was ordered to repay only £ 5. Nicole Elkabas, 44, raised money from applicants through the GoFundMe page.

Only when a consultant oncologist discovered a fundraising page demanding money to pay for private ovarian cancer treatment, she was involved in her plans. She was completely cleared by aBritish doctor.

He found that the image used on the page was snapped atMargate Hospital. Not Spain she claimed. It was actually filmed after she had gallbladder surgery just a few months ago,her Birmingham Live reports.

Policethen contacted the Teknon Clinic in Barcelona, ​​which claimed she was staying, and they had never heard of her. Said. Elkabbas is currently ordered to repay one-fifth of her cash.

The order was placed as a result of her lack of financial assets or the inability to repay nearly 700 victims. Kent's mother used her money to go on her vacation, buy soccer tickets, and gamble.

Nicole Elkabbas was jailed for two years and nine months after conning kind-hearted members of the public out of thousands using a GoFundMe page
Nicole Elkabas has been acquitted of thousands of kind-hearted people for two years and nine years. I was imprisoned for a month. GoFundMe page

A former Harrods fashion consultant pleaded not guilty in a November 2020 trial. She insisted that she truly believed she had cancer. She was sentenced to 2 years and 9 months inprisonat theCanterbury Criminal Court in November.

Judge Mark Weeks said in his judgment: All the while, you were gambling and enjoying shopping trips and luxury in Italy and Spain at their expense.

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