Mum plotted to fake her own death with teenage son for £140,000 insurance payout

Arafa Nassib and Adil Kasim pleaded guilty to making false representations after they claimed Nassib had died in Tanzania last year

Arafa Nassib arrives at Birmingham magistrates court at an earlier hearing

Nassib, 48, and Kasim, 18, pleaded guilty at Birmingham Crown Court to making false representations between March and December last year that Nassib had died in Zanzibar, off the coast of mainland Tanzania.
They made the fraudulent claims against two policies - one worth £115, 267, and another worth £21, 263.
Adil Kasim admitted to making false representations at Birmingham crown court
Abdullah, also 18, denied the charge which states the trio conspired together to commit fraud by false representation, by representing that Nassib was dead and the claims against her insurance policies were therefore legitimate.
The prosecution has been given until June 14 to decide whether to proceed with the case against Abdullah.
A sentencing date will then be set.
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