Edward Putman, who defrauded the National Lottery of a £2.5 million prize with a fake ticket, could get another six years added to his nine-year long sentence if he doesn’t sell up his sordidly-earned assets.
PAY UP: Lottery fraudster faces six further years in prison if he doesn’t sell assets
Published on: 26th January 2022 | By: Bryn Holmes | Category: Uncategorized
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