A man arrested in connection with the murder and kidnap of oil executive Carole Waugh has been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud.
Nicholas Kutner, 47, of no fixed abode, is accused of pretending to be Ms Waugh's brother Chris in an alleged attempt to sell her London home.
He also faces two charges relating to the renting of the property and a further charge of unlawfully withdrawing money from the 50-year-old's bank account.
Kutner, who is charged along with unemployed Rakesh Bhayani, will appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Bhayani has already appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with three counts of conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation to the value of £280,000.
Ms Waugh was found dead in the back of a car in a lock-up garage in south west London on Thursday evening, almost three months after her family reported her missing on May 7.
Her body was found in the boot of a blue VW Golf in a garage at Lime Court in New Malden, south west London. A post-mortem found she had died from a single stab wound.
Detectives said she met men through a variety of internet sites, including dating websites, and they were investigating the possibility that she might have been an escort.
So far, a total of 10 people have been arrested in connection with the inquiry into her disappearance. At least three women have tried to pose as her since she vanished, police said.
Officers are still appealing for information about the car Ms Waugh's body was found in.
Detective Chief Inspector John McFarlane said: "The vehicle is a blue VW Golf, registration number W466 NHL. We need to hear from anyone with information on the car, particularly since April this year."
Kutner has been bailed to return to a police station on August 25 in connection to his arrest for Ms Waugh's murder and kidnap.
He has not been freed because he is being held in custody on the fraud charges ahead of his court appearance.
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