Crime pays: daughter who has the brutal murder of & # 39; body-in-a-suitcase & # 39; of her mother, will inherit millions of dollars when she is released from prison
- Ah Ping Ban, 69, killed his wife before filling her body in a suitcase
- The corpse of Annabelle Chen was dumped in a river and found by a few fishermen
- Their daughter Tiffany Wan, 27, was imprisoned for covering her father's crimes
- Wan's mother had a trust that was in custody for millions of dollars in assets
- Wan, who is a beneficiary of the trust, could gain access to trust when it is released
A young woman imprisoned for helping her father to disguise her mother's murder would have access to a multi-million dollar trust fund after her release.
Annabel Chen was fatally beaten in her house by Ah Ping Ban, 69, and later put in a suitcase that was dumped in 2016 in Perth & # 39; s Swan River.
Their daughter Tiffany Wan, 27, was sentenced to four years and ten months behind bars for being an accessory to the murder.
Despite her involvement in the crime, Wan could be thanked for a cash influx thanks for her mother's estate as soon as she is released on conditional release – which could already be in July.
Ah Ping Ban and his daughter Tiffany Yiting Wan (pictured together) were imprisoned by the murder of Annabelle Chen
The West Australian wife Annabelle Chen (photo) was killed in her home in Perth before being put in a suitcase and dumped in a river
Mrs. Chen had a trust fund that owned millions of dollars in real estate and her daughter was named as one of the beneficiaries, WA today reported.
It is clear that, since Mrs Chen has no will, law firm Haynes Leeuwin has been appointed as the manager of her estate.
Daily Mail Australia has approached Haynes Leeuwin for comment.
A post-mortem found Chen & # 39; s face was struck 25 times with a blunt object and had left her with a broken skull.
After her body recovered, Mrs. Chen's identity remained a mystery for two months, until Wan reported her missing.
Mrs. Chen's daughter, Tiffany Wan (pictured) covers her father for idolizing him
Mrs. Chen's body was found in a blue suitcase filled, floating in the Swan River of Fremantle
She took care of her father and told the police a false story about the last time she had seen her mother.
The young woman said the last time she saw her mother was when she left her house and got into a car driven out by an Asian-looking man.
She stopped covering her father in early 2018 when she was charged with murder alongside Ban.
The couple had blamed each other for Chen's murder.
Wan was acquitted of murder, but was later found guilty of accessories.
Ban was sentenced to life imprisonment after Chen & # 39; s half-naked body was found by a few fishermen in a suitcase floating in the river.
Various went looking for the scene after the body had recovered and discovered glasses
The glasses (photo) were from Ban and were lost when he dumped the corpse of his wife
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