Published: 16.06.2019 | 03:39
A protagonist of a 38-year-old woman. Her father's death gave her an idea …
He was found guilty of aluminum frames stolen from his home in an area of Pelion. Two years in prison with three years in prison imposed a wounded three-year tribunal in Volos, a 38-year-old Greek woman who lives in Athens for the theft of valuables.
A co-accused, a 50-year-old Greek resident of Pelion, was also found guilty of the same sentence.
The case came to an end in 2016 early 2017 and reached the public of the Volos Volunteer Tribunal's Three-Member Court following a complaint lodged by its 38-year-old sister Voliotissa, 45 years old.
The 38-year-old actress allegedly stole ten frames from her father's house after her father's death of 40,000 euros, while the 50-year-old stole 60 paintings worth 20,000 euros.
However, both defendants claimed that the items were theirs.
According to taxydromos.gr, the 38-year-old woman said she belonged to her father while the 50-year-old claimed that she had made a deal with the owner of the house to store the aluminum of his company and that the things he via were his.