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DESPICABLE My dad’s evil partner swindled him out of £100k and left him walking the streets in his pants… I hope she rots in jail

Heartbroken son labels father’s partner “evil” for defrauding him of over £100,000

Manipulative Jean Stone, 79, defrauded dementia sufferer Fred Pullman for four years.

During Fred’s final years at their home in Gussage St Michael, Dorset, the pensioner systematically emptied his bank accounts.

 

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A judge found last week that Stone and her grandson Robert Warner took his life savings to “fill their own pockets.”

Her role earned her an 18-month sentence at Bournemouth Crown Court, where her grandson was absent.

Graham, 67, has branded Stone “evil” for what she did to his father and wishes she “rots in jail”.

“What she did to my father is beyond words – she is pure evil,” he told The Sun.

“She plotted it all and stole my father’s hard-earned money in two years.”

“She appeared to look after her father but in reality, she snuck into his life to steal all his money as his health deteriorated.

“This woman devastated my father’s last years and stole my fortune – I can’t comprehend who would do such a heinous thing to an elderly guy.

“Let her rot in jail.”

Graham grew concerned when Jean tried to persuade him to split the family home with his own daughter Christine.

After discovering the unpaid phone bill, he phoned social services, who informed him there was nothing to worry about.

 

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But he called the cops after debt collectors informed him that his father had borrowed £10,000 and had not repaid it.

Jean never visited Fred when he was placed in a care home due to his dementia, and she didn’t even attend his burial in June 2015.

Jean moved into the family’s three-bedroom semi-detached home in early 2009 after meeting widower Fred by coincidence at a nearby luncheon club.

But Graham, from Poole, Dorset, soon suspected Jean wasn’t looking out for his father’s best interests.

Graham and Sandra went shopping with Fred monthly, and he assured them that money was safe.

Jean, who he met at luncheon club, was to look after him for the time being, but she never moved out and sold her own home, he added.

“A year later Jean asked us to only visit and shop every two weeks or when she went out with her kid.

“I injured my hip during a tumble in December 2013 and couldn’t visit because I was recovering.

After she had left him alone, he would go out in his underwear or nightwear roaming about the village.

He was taken from the house for his own protection when a neighbor called social services. His clothes were filthy and the house smelled.”

Those who knew Fred are still shaken by his conviction, with one describing him as “withdrawn”.

“She was a really nasty piece of work, and her attitude was undoubtedly fueled by the fact she was stealing from him,” they added.

“Fred was always thrifty and didn’t waste money on frivolous purchases.

“It’s horrible that someone who was supposed to protect him robbed him of his life savings.

“She ought to be punished to the point of death.

The law is the law and she is accountable for her crime.

The village had little to do with Fred in his later years, therefore they didn’t have anything to do.

“We would have intervened if we had known she was stealing his funds.”

Manor Road, Gussage St Michael, three-bedroom property sold for £225,000 in 2016.

On finding out that everything of worth had been sold, Graham was finally allowed to clear the house after Fred’s death.

Aside from that, they uncovered two check stubs with big withdrawals and to who they were made out.

“We got bank statements showing his funds were emptied,” he said. A year seems to be the time frame.

“We called the cops after a neighbor reported Jean was now destroying all documentation.

“Neither did Jean visit nor inquire about father’s health while he was in the homes nor did she attend his funeral.”

Then she stopped paying bills and tried to place them in my name, claiming I was the owner of the house, for several months.

“She ought to be punished to the point of death.

The law is the law and she is accountable for her crime.

The village had little to do with Fred in his later years, therefore they didn’t have anything to do.

“We would have intervened if we had known she was stealing his funds.”

Manor Road, Gussage St Michael, three-bedroom property sold for £225,000 in 2016.

On finding out that everything of worth had been sold, Graham was finally allowed to clear the house after Fred’s death.

Aside from that, they uncovered two check stubs with big withdrawals and to who they were made out.

“We got bank statements showing his funds were emptied,” he said. A year seems to be the time frame.

“We called the cops after a neighbor reported Jean was now destroying all documentation.

“Neither did Jean visit nor inquire about father’s health while he was in the home nor did she attend his funeral.”

Then she stopped paying bills and tried to place them in my name, claiming I was the owner of the house, for several months.

 

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