Andrea Giesbrecht will await sentencing after pleading guilty to fraud charges and breaching her probation.
She’s the woman who was arrested in 2014 after the remains of dead infants were found in a storage locker.
In a unrelated matter today, she admitted to scamming thousands of dollars from Manitoba’s Employment and Income Assistance.
She also pleaded guilty to going to a casino, defying a probation order.
A judge will sentence her at a later date.
Meanwhile, her trial surrounding the discovery of the dead infants will get underway in April.