Susan Rouse Madakor may have pressed her luck too far when she sued Chase Manhattan Bank to let her keep more than $700,000 that was mistakenly wired to her checking account.

Federal prosecutors charged yesterday that Madakor committed bank fraud and other crimes when she insisted that she believed the money deposited in her account represented her winnings from the “International Lottery.”

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