She was finally caught during her third attempt when the groom's mother discovered photos of her with her previous husbands

New Delhi: A woman duped two men by marrying them in Jharkhand and running away with huge amounts of cash from their families. She was finally caught during her third attempt when the groom’s mother discovered photos of her with her previous husbands.

The ‘robber’ woman used the popular matrimonial website Shaadi.com to look for her preys to get married to.

In her first marriage, she tied the knot with a man named Nilay Kumar in 2015. Her marriage lasted two years before she fled off and made the man pay Rs 1 crore before she left.

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She then went on to create her profile on Shaadi.com and did not disclose anything about her previous marriage. A man named Amit Modi from Gujarat fell for her trap and married her. She later emotionally blackmailed him and took around Rs 45 lakh from him citing poor financial condition of her family.

According to police, their relationship was estranged and an application of divorce was rejected by the court. The woman then made an excuse that she is going to help her sister in shifting to Delhi and never returned.

In her third attempt to dupe another victim, she was all prepared to get married to a Sumit Dasrath Pawar from Pune who is presently settled in California. As the woman would have to travel to US after her marriage, she didn’t have a passport and had to apply for one from Jharkhand.

She was caught when Sumit’s mother got hold of the woman’s phone and discovered photographs of Amit with her. The mother then started to inquire about her and more details emerged on her past relationships.

She was booked for furnishing wrong information at the passport office and declaring that she was unmarried. Now Pune Police has asked for more details from Jharkhand Police to investigate into the matter.

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