Ontario, Canada: Londoner charged in alleged gambling ring files $3M house-fire lawsuit

A London woman whose home was destroyed by a suspicious fire days after she was charged in an alleged gambling ring linked to the Hells Angels is suing her insurance company for more than $3.3 million.

But the insurer says she violated her policy because the house at 203 Commissioners Rd. E. was used to launder assets from the proceeds of crime, store illegal guns and facilitate an illegal gambling operation.

Habiba Kajan, 44, launched a lawsuit against Heartland Farm Mutual, alleging the company owes her $2 million for her home and contents, $1 million for punitive and aggravated damages, $250,000 for mental distress and $100,000 for living accommodations, according to the statement of claim.

Read the rest of story here: The London Free Press

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