- Rebecca Khodragha lived in a Punchbowl unit in south-west Sydney for 18 years
- She was given the government owned flat by posing as a ‘battling single mother’
- Husband Khaled owned a lucrative business which ‘collected a $1million a year’
- The 45-year-old was found guilty of two counts of fraud in November last year
- Ms Khodragha spent first night without taxpayer-funded housing on Monday
A ‘millionaire’ Muslim woman who rorted the public housing system for nearly two decades by posing as a battling single mother has finally been evicted from her taxpayer-funded flat.
Rebecca Khodragha lived in the Punchbowl apartment in south-west Sydney for 18 years, failing to tell authorities her husband owned a lucrative business which reportedly collected a million dollars a year.
Ms Khodragha was found guilty of two counts of fraud in November last year and was sentenced to three months jail, which she served as home detention at the Punchbowl unit.
On Monday, Ms Khodragha finally spent her first night without government-owned housing.
‘She is no longer a public housing tenant and she will never, ever be allowed back into public housing,’ Family and Community Services’ Paul Vevers told Seven News.
A man at the Punchbowl unit was seen loading Ms Khodragha’s belongings on to a rental truck on Monday.
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