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Melissa Caddick’s Tough Husband Anthony Koletti Is Trying To Make Money With A Music Career

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Fraudster Melissa Caddick’s husband is trying to make money from music after being left out of his ill-gotten multimillion-dollar estate.

Anthony Koletti has regularly complained that the publicity surrounding Caddick’s disappearance has prevented him from finding a stable position as a hairdresser.

While he was always allowed to stay in the couple’s $15 million Dover Heights Mansion where he cares for Caddick’s teenage son, his luxury cars have disappeared and access to his money has dried up.

But the budding musician turned to Spotify where he released a stream of songs under his DJ moniker “Paws Off”.

Anthony Koletti, who last saw Australia’s most notorious fraudster when she disappeared from their mansion in November 2020, said he couldn’t find steady work (pictured, Caddick with his son and Mr. Koletti (right)

Mr Koletti has posted a number of tracks on Spotify, many of which refer to Caddick's disappearance and the investigation (pictured)

Mr Koletti has posted a number of tracks on Spotify, many of which refer to Caddick’s disappearance and the investigation (pictured)

While his monthly listener count of 273 has yet to see him make any decent money on the platform, it would have caught the attention of the authorities.

A headline titled Artificial Intelligence hits the Australian Securities and Investments Commission directly.

“My wife died as a direct result of an ASIC investigation,” Mr. Koletti raps on the track.

“Whether she was murdered or committed suicide, she died because of an ASIC investigation…and I will never forget that.”

Another is titled Melissa is Missing – a direct reference to his wife’s disappearance the day after ASIC raided their home in 2020 over the scammer’s $23million Ponzi scheme.

This track contains audio clips from news reports about Ms. Caddick’s disappearance and a statement that Mr. Koletti made shortly after her disappearance asking the community to help bring her home.

“Melissa is a devoted and amazing mother, beautiful daughter, sister and beloved wife – we’re asking the community to help bring Melissa home – that’s it,” he told AFP. era.

A female voice was also heard eerily on the song.

Ms Caddick had fraudulently posed as a licensed financial adviser and used her clients’ investments to finance extravagances such as lavish trips, designer wardrobes, cars and jewellery.

Other tracks by Mr. Koletti reference the ASIC investigation and the resulting media attention, including “No Rights” and “Privacy Zero”.

Mr Koletti has previously made no secret of his anger at ASIC, repeatedly insulting the company’s watchdog over Linkedin and Google Reviews.

In some posts, he allegedly claimed investigators ‘directly caused the death’ of Ms Caddick.

Mr. Koletti's blue Audi R8 V10 convertible with personalized license plate was auctioned for $295,000.  She bought it for him in 2016

Mr. Koletti’s blue Audi R8 V10 convertible with personalized license plate was auctioned for $295,000. She bought it for him in 2016

Koletti's last album under his nickname

Koletti’s latest album under his ‘Paws Off’ moniker features Caddick’s Asics running shoes (pictured)

In a letter to federal court in February, he claimed ASIC investigators “dehumanized” Caddick when they interviewed her.

Mr. Koletti’s previous album was released on the day of the ASIC raid – its cover oddly features Caddick’s Asics running shoes.

Authorities then declared Caddick dead when, months later, a foot, confirmed by tests to be hers, washed up on a beach on the New South Wales south coast in the same trainers.

Mr. Koletti had given Caddick more than $50,000 of his own money, but said he did not believe he had fallen victim to his scheme.

He recently asked to be given his art collection, diamond jewelry and a Gucci wedding dress.

In a Federal Court filing, Koletti also claimed a stake in the sprawling Dover Heights home he shared with Caddick, his mother and stepfather’s high-rise apartment in the city’s east end. , as well as his $7 million stock portfolio.

The receivers are currently considering how to divide and sell Caddick’s assets.

Caddick disappeared the day after corporate watchdog ASIC raided his luxury home

Caddick (right) seen on the day his Dover Heights home was raided

The Dover Heights home where Melissa Caddick was last seen on November 12, 2020 before disappearing

The Dover Heights home where Melissa Caddick was last seen on November 12, 2020 before disappearing

In a court filing, Mr Koletti argued through his lawyer Judith Swan that he should also be given a list of the items in Caddick’s estate.

They included five paintings by John Olsen, her Gucci wedding dress, several pieces of 18-karat gold jewelry (including her own wedding ring), a Louis Vuitton digital watch worth nearly $5,000, and a diamond ring worth a value of $33,960.

This list of items alone could be worth up to $200,000, given that Olsen is one of the most famous painters in the country.

In the complaint, Ms Swan said Mr Koletti had been unable to obtain full-time work as a hairdresser since 2020 “due to the allegations” against Caddick.

Anthony Koletti’s Official Claim Over Melissa Caddick’s Disputed Estate

  • Five paintings by John Olsen
  • gucci wedding dress
  • Canturi 18K White Gold Cross, Worth $8,360
  • Onxy cufflinks in 18k white gold, valued at $5,600
  • 18k white gold and sapphire ring, worth $10,450
  • Skull pendant in 18k white gold, valued at $6,300
  • A diamond ring set by Canturi, worth $33,960
  • Plaintiff’s wedding ring worth $26,500
  • A Louis Vuitton digital watch, worth $4,900
  • $3,000 in cash (AU$4,065)

Source: Documents filed with the Federal Court of Australia.