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tell the Min­istry of So­cial De­vel­op­ment of her em­ploy­ment be­cause she thought the work would be only short-term.

‘‘She got her­self in a po­si­tion where she couldn’t re­cover. She got in too deep. She is hugely em­bar­rassed to be here.’’

The of­fend­ing oc­curred over a two-year pe­riod from May 2011 till April 2013.

Ge­orge was granted an ac­com­mo­da­tion sup­ple­ment and a do­mes­tic pur­poses ben­e­fit – sole par­ent – on March 5, 2011.

On sign­ing the ap­pli­ca­tion, Ge­orge agreed to tell Work and In­come if her cir­cum­stances changed.

How­ever, when Ge­orge started work­ing as an ac­count as­sis­tant in May 2011, she did

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