University of East Anglia worker forged student expenses

An administrator at the University of East Anglia has admitted eight counts of fraud amounting to nearly £15,000 by forging student expenses forms.

Sophie O'Hara, 26, of Shipstone Road, Norwich pleaded guilty to the charges at the city's magistrates' court.

The offences were committed at the Norwich-based university between March 2012 and October 2013, the court heard.

Sentencing was deferred to Norwich Crown Court on 9 April. Ms O'Hara was granted bail.

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