The claim could be discharged. Fradulent claims can be challenged as non-dsichareable, but this is a factual analysis that requires some expertise.
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More likely than not it is dischargeable. There are pigeon hole exceptions to dischargability but it will probably be difficult to fit this claim into one of them. You need a lawyer to analyze the details of your claim to get the best opinion.