PHOTO: Melissa Caddick
- Anthony Koletti is still living the life of a multi-millionaire in a clifftop mansion
- In December, the stay-at-home husband said he had $1.95 in his bank account
- Melissa Caddick stole $30million from trusting investors before she vanished
- A $6.2million Dover Heights home and parents’ $2.5million unit under her name
- Investigators want the assets liquidated to partially pay the 72 investors back
- Declared dead by police when her decaying foot was discovered on a beach
Missing conwoman Melissa Caddick’s ‘toyboy’ husband is still living in their $6.2million clifftop mansion because he hasn’t been ordered to sell it to help repay the $30million owed to her 72 defrauded clients.
The 49-year-old financial advisor vanished from her Dover Heights home, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, in November after pocketing millions from investors over the course of about eight years.
She was declared dead by police in March after her foot drifted ashore on Bournda Beach on the NSW south coast, but the Federal Court heard arguments earlier this year that her assets should not be sold off by receivers until her death is confirmed by the Coroner.
Receivers want to sell off Ms Caddick’s properties but until the court orders they be sold, her DJ husband Anthony Koletti – who was stripped of his $1700 weekly allowance earlier this year – is free to live the life of a multi-millionaire in a lavish home with breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour.
Mr Koletti, 39, was effectively left destitute after his cash-cow wife’s disappearance, revealing to the court in December that he had just $1.95 left in his bank account.
Anthony Koletti, husband of millionaire fraudster Melissa Caddick (pictured together), still lives in the $6.2million home they shared before she vanished
The Dover Heights home (pictured) is worth $6.2million, and was raided by Federal Police in November last year
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