China Couple Abandons Baby With Nanny By Claiming To Inherit $55mn From Woman's Ex

A couple in China disappeared leaving their baby with a nanny, and telling her that they were about to receive $55 million as inheritance. The nanny hasn't been paid in months and even lent the couple money prior to the disappearance.
China Couple Abandons Baby With Nanny By Claiming To Inherit  $55mn From Woman's Ex

China Couple Abandons Baby With Nanny By Claiming To Inherit $55mn From Woman's Ex

A couple in China left their baby with a nanny telling her that they were about to receive a large sum as inheritance, and then disappeared owing her 110,000 yuan ($15,000). The shocking incident went viral online.
According to a report by the South China Morning Post (SCMP). The couple were from Harbin, Heilongjiang province of northeastern China. They left the 5 month old infant in the care of a nanny they had employed. They refused to pay the nanny, and even took a loan from her.
They had claimed that they were about to receive 400 million yuan ($55 million) in the form of an inheritance from the wife's former partner who had died, reported SCMP. The nanny, who had the last name Yu, said she was promised a monthly salary of 7,000 yuan (US$1,000). However, she was not paid and the couple allegedly took 50,000 yuan from her as a loan, promising to pay it back soon.
“I gave them all my savings, but since November last year, I haven’t received my salary. They owe me and the money I borrowed from my brother. Without any income, I’m still caring for their child,” the nanny, Yu, said.
SCMP reported that she showed proof of financial transactions with the couple via the WeChat app.
“They said they were in Tianjin. It’s quite bizarre. They went to inherit the wealth left by the child’s mother’s boyfriend from 10 years ago,” Yu said.
In order to convince the nanny to lend them the money and gain her trust, the couple even showed her screenshots of the inheritance, which included gold, luxury watches, safety deposit boxes, and a property ownership certificate for a hotel they said they would own, according to SCMP.
They reportedly altered the text of the certificate, which only became known to the nanny after it was inspected closely. SCMP reported that the nanny's situation has sparked a lot of online interest in the case.
“Are they even the real parents? Why not take the child with you if you’re going to claim a 400 million-yuan inheritance?” a person online asked.
“This couple may have either kidnapped or abandoned the child. In either case, it’s a crime. I’m waiting to see if any action will be taken,” another person said.
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