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Updated: February 3, 2010 17:10 IST

Fortune teller held for ‘forging’ Hong Kong tycoon’s will

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Feng shui master Tony Chan Chun-chuen leaves the office building in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: AP.
Feng shui master Tony Chan Chun-chuen leaves the office building in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: AP.

Hong Kong police have arrested a fortune teller accused of forging a will that left him the multibillion dollar estate of late tycoon Nina Wang, who was once Asia’s richest woman.

Two wills emerged after Wang died of cancer in April 2007. One left her fortune to a charity she set up with her late husband and another named feng shui adviser Tony Chan Chun-chuen the beneficiary. A Hong Kong court ruled on Tuesday that Chan forged the will that benefited him.

Hong Kong police spokeswoman Anne Lam said police arrested Chan in connection with a forgery case on Wednesday afternoon. Ms. Lam said he was not immediately charged.

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