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She contends that the monies deposited into her bank account sourced from her wedding gift not from corruption but she does not provide evidence to the judge to support the alleged/purported wedding gift.

Can I use the wording in bold interchangeably?

 

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@Tony C posted:

She contends that the monies deposited into her bank account sourced from her wedding gift not from corruption but she does not provide evidence to the judge to support the alleged/purported wedding gift.

Can I use the wording in bold interchangeably?

You can use either "alleged" or "purported" there, Tony, but please be advised that your sentence is incorrect as written. There needs to be a comma before "not" and after "corruption." Those commas are not optional but obligatory.

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