Singapore: Former tour guide Yang Yin diverted S $ 1.1 million from a wealthy Singaporean widow, but was deported from Singapore after his sentence.

Chinese citizens were deported on June 9, and the Immigration Bureau (ICA) said on Friday (June 10) in response to a CNA question.

He was also banned from re-entry to Singapore, the ICA added.

In September 2016, Yang, then 42, was sentenced to six years in prison for tricking 89-year-old Madame Chungking Chun into managing his assets. The prison term was extended to nine years after an appeal by the Attorney General’s office.

The pair met in 2006 and Yang served as her tour guide in China two years later.

Yang moved to Singapore in 2009 to live with Mdm Chung when her husband died.

By 2010, the childless widow had shown his willingness to leave all his assets to him. When she was diagnosed with dementia in 2014, her niece took Yang to court.

In early 2010, MdmChung had S $ 2.7 million in liquid assets, according to court documents during the trial.

By August 2014, shortly before Yang was arrested, the old widow’s bank account contained less than S $ 10,000.

Yang was also found guilty of tricking authorities into granting permanent residence by establishing a shell company, forging hundreds of receipts, and paying small taxes.

Yang was sentenced to 26 months in prison for fraud and had to be sentenced to 11 years and 2 months in prison. He has been remanded since October 31, 2014 and served about two-thirds of his sentence.

On Friday, the ICA stated that his PR status was revoked on November 1, 2016.

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