Convicted fraudster who lied about having cancer stole £1k from employer THREE DAYS into her new job
A fraudster who has an 'addiction to cash' has been jailed after stealing more than £17,000 from her employer in just over two months.
Teresa Clay stole the first £1,000 just three days after starting at Farsight Recruitment, a court heard on Thursday (January 18).
She also lied to her new work colleagues about needing time off work, and came up with a variety of illnesses to take time off - including telling them she had terminal cancer.
Clay, 47, who already had previous convictions for stealing from employers, made matters worse when she fled from Derby Crown Court on her original... read more
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