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'House Sister' denies fake ID card accusations

By Ma Lie and Lu Hongyan in Jingbian, Shaanxi | China Daily | Updated: 2013-09-25 07:44

A woman accused of owning multiple forged ID cards denied the charges in a Shaanxi province court on Tuesday.

Gong Aiai, 49, who Chinese netizens have dubbed "House Sister", was charged in the People's Court of Jingbian County with forging and trading official documents.

The prosecution alleges that Gong - the former deputy head of the Shenmu County Rural Commercial Bank in Yulin - spent 300,000 yuan ($49,000) to buy household registration IDs for herself and her daughter in 2005 in order to buy houses in Beijing.

'House Sister' denies fake ID card accusations

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