Sister Angela Gramegna, a nun from the order of the Ancelle del Sarco Cuore located in Rome, Italy, has been accused of forging the last will and testament of a wealthy woman named Francesca Di Cesare. Ms. Di Cesare lived alone in an apartment in the upscale Trieste neighborhood of Rome and befriended Sister Gramegna, the mother superior of the local convent. After Ms. Di Cesare passed away, neighbors and friends where surprised to learn that she had updated her will and left her entire estate, consisting of approximately $1.9 million USD in cash and bonds and her Trieste apartment, to the convent, describing the nuns as "my family, to whom I have decided to leave everything."
But not so fast. Neighbors noticed that the handwriting used to write Ms. Di Cesare's will did not look anything like hers, and so the police called in handwriting experts who concluded that the will was in fact written by Sister Gramegna. Since then the police have taken control of Ms. Di Cesare's apartment, which had apparently been listed for sale by the nuns, and placed Sister Gramegna under investigation. If you can't trust a nun, who can you trust?