A German soccer player comes back years after everyone thought he died. His ex-wife is under investigation for fraud.
Hiannick Kamba’s ex-wife is being investigated for fraud after she allegedly forged documents to collect a 6-figure life insurance payment after Kamba’s false death.
Kamba is a former defender for the popular Schalke 04 in the German Bundesliga. He took a trip to his hometown in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and in 2016 he was said to have died in a car crash.
He was recently found alive in Gelsenkirchen, located in Western Germany. Kamba went to the German Embassy to report that he wasn’t dead.
He stated that the companions he was in a car with left him, stealing his papers, money, and phone.
Kamba stated he had a hard time getting his old life back because he was missing his papers. But when he managed to return he learned that his ex-wife had falsified his death and forged papers to get a 6 figure life insurance payment.
The report didn’t mention who the companions were nor how he managed to get back. Kamba is now listed is a witness in the case against his ex-wife.
Kamba and his ex-wife, whose identity wasn’t revealed in the report, have a 10 year old daughter together.
His family had flex the Congo died to war in 1986. In 2005 Kamba’s entire family was deported back to the Congo, but he was allowed to stay because of his high status in Germany.
At the time of the falsified crash Kamba used to at for the VfB Huls.
He now works as a chemical technician for an energy supply company.