Written by: Ling Yide
Last update date: 2021-05-05 17:24
In the case of a 70-year-old retired business woman in the Sorrento Peninsula, she lost 20 million yuan in an electric fraud case of impersonating a mainland official.
According to the news, the female victim was Julie, the mother of the supermodel Rosemary.
The police said that a 70-year-old female victim named Peng was reported to the police on the 16th of last month, stating that she had received a call from a man who claimed to be a "Mainland Law Enforcement Officer" earlier, stating that she was involved in a criminal case and asked her to hand over her bank account information. To assist in the investigation.
The old woman surrendered the relevant information as instructed, and later found that about 20 million Hong Kong dollars in her account had been transferred to multiple local accounts. She was suspected of being deceived and reported.
According to sources, the female victim lives in Sorrento, and bought a unit for nearly 5 million in 2004.
The female victim reported to live in Sorrento Peninsula.
Looking back at previous reports, Rosemary's parents married in 1980 and settled in Hong Kong in the late 1980s to engage in the garment business. It is reported that Peng Li has four companies under her name, but they have all been dissolved in recent years.
The two filed for divorce in 2007.
By 2010, her parents went to court due to the issue of divorce and childbirth. The two held more than 65 million yuan in assets that year. Rosemary's mother Peng Li finally got 60% of the assets. As 90% of the assets belonged to Peng Li, she must Paying more than 20 million yuan to the man and selling the property for payment.
At that time, Peng Li held two units in Mucheng Road and Sorrento, Jardine's Lookout. After the court, the court ordered Peng Li to sell the unit with parking spaces in Jardine's Lookout on Mucheng Road, Jardine's Lookout, and half of the proceeds must be returned. To the man.
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