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Melissa Caddick inquest: Conwoman’s husband Anthony Koletti paid for Channel 7 interview


Melissa Caddick’s husband has denied ever lying about his wife’s disappearance but agreed at her inquest that his inconsistent statements were inaccurate and he had misdescribed events.

Anthony Koletti, appearing in the NSW Coroner’s Court, was taken to police statements, interviews, court documents and a $150,000 paid spot on 7News’ Spotlight program.

It details the moments after the last verified sighting of Caddick during a 12-hour search by the Australian Federal Police and the corporate watchdog on November 11, 2020.

The hairdresser and part-time DJ told a journalist he stayed up until 4am that night writing music, but on Tuesday he gave evidence that he had gone to bed with his wife before later getting up due to his sleep apnoea.

Missing conwoman Melissa Caddick (left) is pictured with her husband Anthony Koletti (right)

Missing conwoman Melissa Caddick (left) is pictured with her husband Anthony Koletti (right)

Counsel assisting Jason Downing SC said Mr Koletti was not giving honest answers and trying to ‘scramble, explain his answers’ to make them ‘gel’ in…



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