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Fake Jamaican dentist pleads guilty to fraud charges in The Bahamas

Published:Friday | March 8, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Santini Nicole Kerr-Wilson (left) being escorted by a Bahamian law enforcement officer.

The 27-year-old Jamaican woman arrested in The Bahamas for posing as a dentist has pleaded guilty to fraud charges.

Santini Kerr-Wilson also known as Nicole Wilson was yesterday charged with using the title of orthodontist, practising as a dentist, acquiring property for the proceeds of criminal conduct and having in her possession US$7,000 believed to be the proceeds of criminal conduct.

Wilson was said to be operating from an office, charging unknowing clients US$510 for services rendered.

She has been fined just under US$7,000 and ordered to repay the complainants or face jail time.

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