A NURSE who faked her husband’s death in a bid to net a £400,000 insurance payout was spared prison yesterday.
Thulile Bhebhe, 51, claimed Bekezela, 54, had died in September 2016.
She used a forged death certificate from Zimbabwe, where her husband had travelled.
But she was rumbled by insurer Aviva.
Bhebhe, of Hayes, West London, previously admitted fraud by false representation.
Her NHS worker husband was cleared of the same offence.
At Inner London crown court, judge Nigel Seed, QC, gave her a suspended two-year jail term and 100 hours of unpaid work.
He took into account her poor health, dependent children, early confession and the prospect of rehabilitation.
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