Richard Pusey

Mortgage Broker accused of filming a hero cop as she died after horror highway crash offloads his extraordinary property empire | WATCH

PHOTO: Richard Pusey (pictured) has a $12 million property portfolio and is selling ten of his properties to pay for his ongoing legal battle after he was accused of taunting and filming a police woman in her dying moments back in Melbourne on April 22 

Multimillionaire Richard Pusey is selling 10 of his luxury properties in order to pay for his legal fees – which are reportedly costing him up to $16,000 a day.

The 42-year-old allegedly taunted and filmed a policewoman in her dying moments after a truck smashed into her on Melbourne’s Eastern Freeway on April 22.

Pusey, who has a $12million property portfolio, was released on bail in October and is now selling homes in Melbourne and Geelong for an estimated $6.6million.

Crown prosecutor Nicholas Papas estimates that Pusey would be paying between $8,000 and $16,000 per day to clear his name, according to The Herald Sun.

One of two five-bedroom townhouses on Koonung Court in Doncaster in Melbourne's east, which Pusey is expected to sell for a combined total of $2.9 to $3.1 million

One of two five-bedroom townhouses on Koonung Court in Doncaster in Melbourne’s east, which Pusey is expected to sell for a combined total of $2.9 to $3.1 million

Pusey has now listed two five-bedroom townhouses on Koonung Court in Doncaster in Melbourne’s east for a combined total of between $2.9 to $3.1 million.

Crown prosecutor Nicholas Papas estimates that Pusey would be paying between $8,000 and $16,000 per day to clear his name

 Crown prosecutor Nicholas Papas estimates that Pusey would be paying between $8,000 and $16,000 per day to clear his name

The mortgage broker also hopes to generate another million dollars from a four-bedroom townhouse on Champion Street in neighbouring Doncaster East, which will go to auction on December 12.

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