Keith Perry telegraph.co.uk "A bogus faith healer conned at least £1 million from victims who were convinced she could cure cancer or help them conceive children by sending money to the Amazon jungle, a court heard.
In a fraud case, Juliette D’Souza is accused of persuading 11 people to part with huge cash “sacrifices” of £30,000 or £40,000 at a time, telling them she was a shaman with supernatural powers.
They believed the money was flown to Suriname to be hung from a magical tree in the Amazon rainforest – somehow solving whatever problem they faced.
Instead, it allegedly funded a “lavish lifestyle” in which D’Souza rented three or four upmarket flats at a time, and spent a fortune on Louis Vuitton bags, jewellery, antique furniture and holidays, Blackfriars Crown Court heard." to read more: telegraph.co.uk
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