Son forges mom's signature, sells luxury cars to pay off nightclub debts

By
Giovanni Rossi
1 min read

A 33-year-old man from Singapore, Liu Kuei Liang, has been sentenced to 12 weeks in prison for forging his mother's signature to sell her Rolls-Royce Dawn 6.6 V12 and Mini Cooper SE to settle his debts accumulated from nightclub expenses. The court documents reveal that he tricked an auto dealership, convincing them that his mother authorized the sale. His desperate need for cash drove him to this deceit, prompting him to mislead the dealer by pretending his mother was abroad and even organizing a friend to pose as his mother during the confirmation call. However, the deception was short-lived as his mother reported the crime, leading to his forgery charges. Despite attempts by his defense to justify his actions, the judge ruled against him, emphasizing the betrayal of familial trust and the financial impact on both the car dealer and his mother. This case highlights the complexities in parent-child relationships within affluent circles, unraveling the repercussions of financial recklessness and strained trust.

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