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Court date for woman claiming lover conned her

Aodhan O'Faolain

Published 16/01/2013 | 05:00

LEGAL action by a 60-year-old US woman who claims she was defrauded of millions by her younger Irish lover has been adjourned to a date in late April.

Elisa Rodino claims Thomas J Queally, who had been engaged to her, has stolen about $4m (€3m) of her money – a large portion of which was lodged by him into a bank in Ennis, Co Clare.

She also claims that Mr Queally, who she has not seen for months, had been living a double life and had another fiancee while engaged to her.

Mr Queally (46), of Sherman Avenue, Yonkers, New York, and originally from Lahaknock, Kilmaley, Co Clare, denies the claims.

Irish Independent

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