The married woman had created a profile with a fake picture and made a man deposit Rs 4 lakh into her account.

Guilt-ridden Andhra woman kills self after duping man off Rs 4 lakh on Facebook
news News Saturday, October 08, 2016 - 08:41

A married woman from Andhra's Nellore committed suicide at the Madanpalle bus stand late on Thursday night after gulping some oil.

According to reports, the recently married woman had created a Facebook profile with a fake display picture and conned a man into depositing Rs 4 lakh into her account.

The Hindu reported:

During the last couple of months, she was taking coaching for bank examinations at a study centre in Nandyal of Kurnool district. In recent months, the woman started chatting in Facebook with one Sujith Reddy of Kalikiri in Chittoor district, by using a fake photograph which looked beautiful. Sujith Reddy kept depositing cash in her account, which she used for purchasing a two-wheeler and gold ornaments. The duo also started proposing to each other on mobile.

However, Sujith realized that he was being cheated and asked the woman to return the money in a week and blackmailed her that he would reveal everything to her husband.

The report adds that the woman then called Sujith Reddy to take the cash of Rs.15,000 from the Madanpalle bus stand.

She then went on to forward all the messages between her and Sujith to her husband, before telling the latter to collect her body at the Madanapalle hospital.

She is then reported to have gulped the oil and died on the way to a hospital.

 

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