Convicted socialite fraudster’s podcast appearance causes a stir

Convicted socialite fraudster’s podcast appearance causes a stir

And yet Walker continued on her path of deception, proffering fake bank remittance notices when challenged on unpaid bills, even while subject to community corrections orders for previous fraud offences. Among the most serious crimes cited in court was Walker providing false documents to police, claiming she was unable to meet her bail conditions because she was in hospital seeking treatment for unspecified mental health issues. PS previously revealed accounts of a long line of other victims, some stretching back to her school years at Frensham, ranging from employers to ex-boyfriends, all of whom claimed she had fleeced them of hundreds of thousands of dollars. PS was among the small group of reporters in September last year who watched as the well-dressed, courteous, composed and eloquent woman initially addressing the court was reduced to a trembling, teary heap when she was sentenced to 18 months’ prison (with a minimum 12 months’ non-parole period that was subsequently reduced on appeal by four months) after pleading guilty to a string of fraud convictions. “I am so sorry mum, I love you!” she …
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