The husband of millionaire fraudster Melissa Caddick has revealed that he ‘knows why she died’ almost 12 months after her confusing disappearance.
Anthony Koletti has revealed the last days of their lives together before his wife disappeared last November.
For the first time since the Sydney millionaire disappeared without a trace, with only the foot later found on a remote beach, Mr Koletti reveals the money trail left behind by the 49-year-old, claiming her story is a death and fraud.
“I can not keep quiet anymore,” he said.
‘It’s time for the truth to come out.’
The husband of millionaire fraudster Melissa Caddick has revealed that he ‘knows why she died’ almost 12 months after her disappearance
Anthony Koletti (pictured right with Melissa Caddick center) will sit for a narrated interview with Seven’s Spotlight almost 12 months after his wife’s disappearance
Caddick is believed to be dead after last seen alive in November 2020 following attacks on her home by Australian federal police.
The financial conwoman swindled 60 clients out of at least $ 23 million, mostly from family and friends, over a number of years before ASIC attacked her $ 6.8 million Dover Heights home in Sydney’s southeast.
In scenes reminiscent of a Hollywood blockbuster, Caddick’s foot was then found by campers on Bournda Beach on February 21, south of Tathra on the NSW south coast, where NSW police subsequently declared her dead.
The shoe was also a unique ASICS sneaker – which Mrs Caddick had previously seen wearing – and can only be bought in Israel.
Caddick’s foot was found by campers at Bournda Beach on 21 February south of Tathra on the NSW south coast, where NSW police subsequently declared her dead.
Caddick is believed to be dead after being last seen alive in November 2020 following attacks on her home by Australian federal police
Additional bodily remains of Mrs. Caddick have never been found, and she was written off at a private service in April.
Her husband Mr. Koletti has been largely silent for the 11 months since she disappeared, but will now lift the lid on the secret details of her life in next Sunday’s episode of 7News Spotlight.
‘Someone got greedy and wanted her dead,’ he said in a preview of the show.
He said it was ‘beyond me’ about how her foot could have miraculously washed up on a beach on the south coast of NSW and that ‘it’s time for the truth to come out’.
Caddick’s brother also appears in the commercial for the explosive interview, saying he gave his sister $ 2 million before she disappeared.
Anthony Koletti will break his silence about his wife’s disappearance and say ‘someone got greedy and wanted her dead’
Her husband’s brother Chris Koletti claims his sister-in-law probably carefully staged her disappearance and did not tell his partner Anthony because he ‘can not keep a secret’.
‘She comes back, she can not run forever, she comes back when she runs out of money or when she wants to see her son,’ he told the Daily Telegraph.
Chris Koletti speculated that Caddick ‘always’ would run away, despite admitting that he only met her once in the eight years she dated her DJ brother, who he claimed turned his back on his family, who was once seduced by the mother of one.
‘She does not want anything to do with us, Anthony made the choice to go into that life, he does not want to deal with us, it’s fine, he stopped talking to us … she has held on, she had a life she wanted to lead … good luck to them, ‘he said.
He said it was ‘beyond me’ as to how her foot could have miraculously washed up on a beach on the south coast of NSW and that ‘it’s time for the truth to emerge’
Chris Koletti claims that his sister-in-law probably carefully staged her disappearance and did not tell his partner Anthony because he was ‘too stupid’ and ‘can not keep a secret’
Caddick’s crimes include a detailed Ponzi scheme with 60 friends and family totaling $ 30 million – of which only $ 7 million was ever repaid. The rest of the money disappeared.
Creating an impression of success became an essential part of Mrs Caddick’s modus operandi.
Her impeccable presentation was designed to ensure that people saw her as a professional and overlooked her usual dishonesty,
From 2012 onwards, after setting up her finance company Maliver, it was common for her to tell interested customers who approached her that she was ‘too busy’ to help them – then later tell them they were lucky and somehow found time for their business.
The brochure she handed out to Maliver lied about her credentials as she was not a certified financial planner and did not have a masters of business.
The business is operated under the auspices of another Australian Financial Services License. Once she had their money, she set up a fake CommSec trading account for each client.
Where she needed it, she forged not only customers’ signatures, but also that of the nearest available justice of the peace — her father-in-law Rodo Koletti.
She emailed clients a fake monthly report demanding amazing returns of up to 30 percent, which convinced them to invest more with her and get more word-of-mouth business.