Presumably you are in the process of divorcing this person. The idea of divorce is that you separate yourself financially and otherwise from the other person. You maybe correct that your ex is committing fraud but bringing that up now will give unpredictable results and may end up damaging you own case in ways it's difficult to see. It may be better to wait until you are financially and otherwise separated from this person and then if you still feel you want to report their fraud do it then.
Well I was married to the ex for over 13 years, she never worked over the 13 years, but has around £400 to £600 cash deposits going in to her account every month for over the last 5 to 6 years.
She had access to my bank account and did bank transfers, to which there is a paper trail.
I worked away a lot, due to been a field engineer. I found out the she did tutor students and charged around £20 to £25 a session; in a week she would get about £150 or more.
She is/was on incapacity/disability living allowance and I think it’s changed to PIP recently.
I only found out that she has sold her car and got a new car on the mobility schema, she is telling friends and family that it’s a courtesy car from the dealer, as most of them are aware that there is nothing wrong with her.
The divorce and financial settlement are all done, to which she lied about most of it and got 60%, the only thing left is, to sell the house, which she is dragging out, I am renting and still having to pay half of the mortgage.
She has also kept a lot of my belongings and lies about to the whereabouts of them, when I asked for them.