Corrections officer allegedly duped ex-Olympian into signing over will


A married Idaho corrections officer allegedly duped a former Olympic speed skater into a relationship in a twisted plot to become the beneficiary of his will — before contributing to his death, according to cops.

Marina Billings, 49, a corrections officer in Pocatello, Idaho, is accused of exploiting 68-year-old Boris Leikin in the financial scheme that also involved her husband, Robert Billings, 70, according to Fox 13 Now.

After meeting the former athlete online, Billings moved to Utah to live with him at his home in the Salt Lake City suburb of Cottonwood Heights, the news outlet reported. At least at first, Leikin was unaware she was married, cops told the station.

The seemingly healthy man’s health then soon began to decline and he was hospitalized, ABC 4 reported.

Billings told Leikin’s neighbors that she moved in to care for him and…

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