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Gladys Berejiklian’s lawyer erupts over mistaken ICAC upload as Daryl Maguire makes admission

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Gladys Berejiklian’s lawyer has erupted over the ICAC accidentally publishing a private transcript about the relationship online – as Daryl Maguire admits his ex-lover ‘didn’t want to know’ about his dealings. 

Furious scenes broke out at the Independent Commission Against Corruption on Friday morning, before Maguire himself sensationally admitted he tried to ‘shield’ the NSW Premier from some information. 

Commissioner Ruth McColl began the hearing by confirming the ICAC wrongly published a transcript of a private hearing about Maguire and Berejiklian’s secret relationship.

The transcript was online for about half an hour from 4.45pm and was viewed by members of the media.

‘On behalf of the Commission, I would like to apologise for that inadvertent uploading,’ Ms McColl said. The transcript is suppressed and an investigation will be launched into how it the mistake came about.

But Berejiklian’s lawyer Arthur Moses SC was ropeable. 

Mr Moses, the former president of the NSW Bar Association, said an ‘error made by this commission’ had resulted in a ‘violation’ of his client’s ‘privacy and security’.  

The ICAC then moved forward with hearing evidence from Maguire – who made a series of admissions.

Gladys Berejiklian's lawyer Arthur Moses SC erupted after the ICAC commissioner apologised for the accidental publication of a transcript of a private hearing that 'touched upon' Berejiklian and Daryl Maguire's relationship

Gladys Berejiklian's lawyer Arthur Moses SC erupted after the ICAC commissioner apologised for the accidental publication of a transcript of a private hearing that 'touched upon' Berejiklian and Daryl Maguire's relationship

Gladys Berejiklian’s lawyer Arthur Moses SC erupted after the ICAC commissioner apologised for the accidental publication of a transcript of a private hearing that ‘touched upon’ Berejiklian and Daryl Maguire’s relationship

Daryl Maguire arrives at the ICAC on Friday and attempts to close the elevator door on the media

Daryl Maguire arrives at the ICAC on Friday and attempts to close the elevator door on the media

Gladys Berejiklian appeared in front of the media for a fiery press conference on Frida ymorning

Gladys Berejiklian appeared in front of the media for a fiery press conference on Frida ymorning

Daryl Maguire arrives at the ICAC on Friday and attempts to close the elevator door on the media

Under cross-examination, Maguire admitted he tried to ‘shield’ Berejiklian from information that could ’cause her difficulties’ in private conversations.

The line of questioning related to how he hoped to make $1.5 million from a land deal at Badgerys Creek. He had raised a planning issue about it with the Premier. 

The ICAC listened to a call with Berejiklian where Maguire tells her ‘the good news is William tells me we’ve done our deal. 

‘So hopefully that’s about half of all that that’s gone now.’

Berejiklian replied: ‘That’s good. I don’t need to know about that bit’.  

‘No you don’t, you do not,’ Maguire replied.

Counsel assisting ICAC Scott Robertson asked if he had told Berejiklian who ‘William’ was. Maguire said he couldn’t recall.

He admitted he was ‘at least concerned’ questions might be raised at that point about the propriety of his involvement in a Badgerys Creek land sale.

Mr Robertson asked: ‘Do you agreed … that at least in part you sought to shield some information from Ms Berejiklian?

‘Yes,’ he said.  

Maguire said he shared in general terms what he was up to and doing.

Robertson: ‘She was to some extent a sounding board to discuss the things you were involved in general terms at least?’ 

Maguire: ‘Yes.’

Robertson: ‘Was it also the case as you understood it from either this call or other communication with Ms Berejiklian there was particular bits of information that she didn’t want to know about your activities?’

Maguire: ‘Well, yes’.  

Later Mr Robertson said: ‘There was a point you stopped giving the details because you were concerned that might cause her to have to take steps in relation to that matter?’

Maguire: ‘Well, I thought it would cause her difficulties. So, I limited the information that I gave her, yes.’ 

It comes as Maguire on Thursday admitted to being in an ‘on again, off again’ relationship with Berejiklian.

Earlier on Thursday, a late night call between the premier (pictured on Thursday) and her former boyfriend revealed they were planning a future together

Earlier on Thursday, a late night call between the premier (pictured on Thursday) and her former boyfriend revealed they were planning a future together

Earlier on Thursday, a late night call between the premier (pictured on Thursday) and her former boyfriend revealed they were planning a future together

Maguire said their relationship began sometime about ‘2015, 2016’ and ended in ‘August, September (of this year) … I can’t be clear’.

He confessed to discussing his ‘problems in life’ with Berejiklian, 50, including the prospect of a future spent together.  

The inquiry has been shown a transcript of call where the couple appeared to be doing just that. 

Mr Maguire was full of complaints as he spoke to the premier just before bedtime at 9.23pm on February 14, 2018. 

Hokis… I need you to process in your head what you want to do 
Gladys Berejiklian in a bedtime call to Daryl Maguire 

‘I’m working bloody hard because (indecipherable) Garden has fallen through,’ he fumed, according to a document before the inquiry.

The call came months before Ms Berejiklian sacked Mr Maguire following a scandal over him trying to broker property deals, including for Chinese developer Country Garden.

In an apparent reference to him needing ‘somewhere to go’ after state politics, Mr Maguire told the premier ‘I can’t not go to nothing’. 

He added there was ‘no future’ for him in government.

The premier said: ‘Hokis … I need you to process in your head what you want to do right and I also need to come to a realisation that it’s not got anything to do with me (…).’

Mr Maguire said: ‘Correct, correct … Absolutely nothing.’

Ms Berejiklian said: ‘But that’s a bigger picture issue I need to figure out.

Mr Maguire replied: ‘I just got to sort out you know with these kids and stuff what’s going to happen that’s all I’m worried about.’

The premier said she was trying to give Mr Maguire ‘space’, adding she was trying to ‘support you, not stress you’.

‘I’m just trying to process things in my own head that’s all. You’ve got think about your stuff and I’ve got to think about my stuff that’s all,’ she said.

Daryl Maguire admitted he had an 'on again, off again' love affair with Ms Berejiklian which began sometime about '2015, 2016' and ended in 'August, September (of this year) ... I can't be clear'

Daryl Maguire admitted he had an 'on again, off again' love affair with Ms Berejiklian which began sometime about '2015, 2016' and ended in 'August, September (of this year) ... I can't be clear'

Daryl Maguire admitted he had an ‘on again, off again’ love affair with Ms Berejiklian which began sometime about ‘2015, 2016’ and ended in ‘August, September (of this year) … I can’t be clear’

Maguire said: ‘Hmm well I am working on that Gladys. I’m going to bed see ya later.’ 

ICAC on Thursday attempted to pin down what the Liberal leader knew about Mr Maguire’s financial dealings, including a sale of land at Badgerys Creek, near the site of Sydney’s under-construction second airport.

The inquiry has heard then-Wagga Wagga MP Mr Maguire hoped to make up to $1.5million in the sale of land – which was owned by racing heiress Louise Waterhouse.

He could therefore clear his debts before retiring from Parliament and embarking on a new life, possibly with the premier.  

In sensational evidence, Mr Maguire this week admitted ‘monetising’ his parliamentary position as an MP, parliamentary secretary and chair of the ‘friends of the Asia-Pacific’ committee.

He confessed to running a cash-for-visa scheme from his office and being a secret director of a company, G8way International. G8way ‘ultimately’ sought to sell access to the highest levels of government.

On Monday, the premier admitted being in a five-year 'close personal relationship' with Mr Maguire - and candidly denied wrongdoing. 'I stuffed up in my personal life,' she said

On Monday, the premier admitted being in a five-year 'close personal relationship' with Mr Maguire - and candidly denied wrongdoing. 'I stuffed up in my personal life,' she said

On Monday, the premier admitted being in a five-year ‘close personal relationship’ with Mr Maguire – and candidly denied wrongdoing. ‘I stuffed up in my personal life,’ she said

An exhibit tendered before ICAC appeared to show how Mr Maguire took Ms Berejiklian for a feed at a pub in Wagga Wagga and to a private dinner party with G8way International boss Phil Elliott and his partner Karen Barbey.

Ms Barbey was questioned by investigators at Wagga Wagga Police Station on July 9, 2019.

She told them Mr Maguire was a friend who she and her partner often enjoyed ‘quite a bit’ of red wine with. 

Ms Barbey said she met the premier on multiple occasions, including at Mr Maguire’s home.

‘We had dinner at night as well and I’m trying to think. And we went to Romano’s for dinner one night,’ she said in the interview.

She confirmed to officers that four people – herself, Mr Elliott, Mr Maguire and Ms Berejiklian – attended Romano’s, a pub in Wagga Wagga. 

At Mr Maguire’s house for dinner, there were ‘some other security’ people in attendance, Ms Barbey said. 

Former MP Daryl Maguire was cross-examined about his relationship with the NSW premier at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) on Thursday afternoon. Ms Berejiklian is pictured on Wednesday

Former MP Daryl Maguire was cross-examined about his relationship with the NSW premier at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) on Thursday afternoon. Ms Berejiklian is pictured on Wednesday

Former MP Daryl Maguire was cross-examined about his relationship with the NSW premier at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) on Thursday afternoon. Ms Berejiklian is pictured on Wednesday

The trip had not been disclosed. 

On Monday, the premier admitted being in a five-year ‘close personal relationship’ with Mr Maguire – and candidly denied wrongdoing.

‘I stuffed up in my personal life,’ she said.

At one point during Thursday’s hearing, Mr Maguire was asked if his relationship with the premier continued to the present day.

‘Are you still (in a relationship?)’ Mr Robertson asked.

‘Not after this I wouldn’t be,’ he said, drolly.

In a text message from 2014, before Ms Berejiklian became premier, Mr Maguire told her that he had brokered the sale of a motel for $5.8million and that he would get a $5,000 fee

In a text message from 2014, before Ms Berejiklian became premier, Mr Maguire told her that he had brokered the sale of a motel for $5.8million and that he would get a $5,000 fee

In a text message from 2014, before Ms Berejiklian became premier, Mr Maguire told her that he had brokered the sale of a motel for $5.8million and that he would get a $5,000 fee

In a text message from 2014, before Ms Berejiklian became premier, Mr Maguire told her that he had brokered the sale of a motel for $5.8million and that he would get a $5,000 fee.

‘Hawkiss good news. One of my contacts sold a motel for 5.8 million I had put her in contact so I should make 5k,’ he wrote.

Hawkiss, or hokis, is an Armenian term of affection meaning ‘my soul’ or ‘my beloved’.

Ms Berejiklian replied, saying: ‘Congrats!!! Great news!!! Woohoo’. 

Maguire will continue to give evidence on Friday. 

Gladys Berejiklian and Daryl Maguire: A timeline

MARCH 2015: Ms Berejiklian and Mr Maguire begin a ‘close personal relationship’ around the time of the NSW election. Ms Berejiklian was the transport minister while Mr Maguire, a parliamentary secretary, was separated from his ex-wife.

APRIL 2, 2015: Ms Berejiklian appointed NSW treasurer after the coalition is re-elected.

JANUARY 23, 2017: Ms Berejiklian becomes NSW premier, replacing Mike Baird. Mr Maguire is retained as a parliamentary secretary in her government.

AUGUST 2017: Ms Berejiklian tells Mr Maguire she would like him to quit parliament at the 2019 election so the pair can go public with their relationship. Ms Berejiklian says Mr Maguire also wanted that.

SEPTEMBER 7, 2017: Ms Berejiklian is heard in a telephone intercept saying she ‘didn’t need to know about that bit’ as Mr Maguire discusses his financial interests at Badgerys Creek Airport, and a land deal which would net him a large windfall. A day earlier, Mr Maguire texted Ms Berejiklian that ‘we clinched the land deal’.

NOVEMBER 2017: Louise Waterhouse, a western Sydney landowner, twice emailed Ms Berejiklian after being given her private address by Mr Maguire. She requested help with rezoning changes around Badgerys Creek Airport that would benefit a parcel of her land. Ms Berejiklian did not respond.

JULY 13, 2018: Mr Maguire appears before ICAC, with evidence heard that he sought payments to help broker deals for property developers.

AUGUST 3, 2018: Mr Maguire resigns from the Berejiklian government at the behest of Ms Berejiklian and other frontbenchers, with Ms Berejiklian saying she is ‘pleased’ and ‘relieved’ but privately she remains in contact with Mr Maguire.

MARCH 23, 2019: The coalition retains government in the 2019 NSW election.

SEPTEMBER 13, 2020: Ms Berejiklian cuts off all contact with Mr Maguire and agrees to support an ICAC inquiry into his business interests.

OCTOBER 12, 2020: Ms Berejiklian’s relationship with Mr Maguire is revealed at ICAC.

Source: AAP 

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NRL grand final to be affected by huge rains and wild winds amid fears match could even be delayed

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Footy fans heading to the NRL grand final have been warned to bring wet weather gear with torrential rain and wild winds expected.

Sydney is set to cop another soaking on Sunday night with up to 30mm rain forecast for rugby league’s biggest night of the year.

Around 40,000 Penrith Panthers and Melbourne fans are making their way to ANZ Stadium for the blockbuster clash, which kicks off at 7.30pm.

The Bureau of Meteorology says a 90 per cent of rain is forecast for Sunday’s game at Sydney Olympic Park. 

Penrith Panthers supporter Caitlin gets ready to brave the elements at ANZ Stadium

Penrith Panthers supporter Caitlin gets ready to brave the elements at ANZ Stadium

Penrith Panthers supporter Caitlin gets ready to brave the elements at ANZ Stadium

‘Rain expected to be light and patchy at first, becoming more widespread and persistent in the afternoon and evening. Winds southerly 25 to 40 km/h,’ the forecast states. 

No thunder or lightning is forecast for Sydney, which almost threatened to delay the AFL grand final in Brisbane on Saturday night

There were talks of delaying the 7.30pm kick-off after a severe thunderstorm and hail warning was issued for the NSW far north coast but has since been given the all-clear.

Temperatures will reach a top of just 15C in Sydney, but strong winds will make it feel even cooler.

‘The showers will increase this evening and will continue overnight,’ forecaster Shuang Wang told Daily Mail Australia:

‘It will be wet and windy, so it will be cooler than the actual temperature.’

The wet forecast has led to the Panthers making a late change to their side, dropping Brent Naden. 

Some part of Australia's east coast including Sydney will cop a drenching on Sunday night. Areas in green will receive an estimated 7-10mm at 8pm

Some part of Australia's east coast including Sydney will cop a drenching on Sunday night. Areas in green will receive an estimated 7-10mm at 8pm

Some part of Australia’s east coast including Sydney will cop a drenching on Sunday night. Areas in green will receive an estimated 7-10mm at 8pm

Pictured are events staff preparing for the big game at a wet ANZ Stadium on Saturday

Pictured are events staff preparing for the big game at a wet ANZ Stadium on Saturday

Pictured are events staff preparing for the big game at a wet ANZ Stadium on Saturday

 ANZ Stadium also urged fans to come to the game prepared.

‘With showers forecast, fans should bring a poncho or protective jacket to the #NRLGF. Reminder, umbrellas are not permitted in the seating bowl’ it posted on social media. 

The worst of the rain will be closer to the coast with similar wet and windy conditions forecast for Monday with a top of 17C, Ms Wang added. 

The weather forecast comes as Sydney received up to 35mm in some areas in the 24 hours up to 9am Sunday.

It;s been a wet weekend in Sydney with more rain expected on Sunday night.  Pictured are Sydneysiders braving the conditions in the CBD on Saturday

It;s been a wet weekend in Sydney with more rain expected on Sunday night.  Pictured are Sydneysiders braving the conditions in the CBD on Saturday

It;s been a wet weekend in Sydney with more rain expected on Sunday night.  Pictured are Sydneysiders braving the conditions in the CBD on Saturday

It will wet and rainy grand final for Penrith Panthers fans at ANZ Stadium tonight, pictured at last week's preliminary final

It will wet and rainy grand final for Penrith Panthers fans at ANZ Stadium tonight, pictured at last week's preliminary final

It will wet and rainy grand final for Penrith Panthers fans at ANZ Stadium tonight, pictured at last week’s preliminary final

The wet weather could be a good omen for the Panthers, who played in similar conditions when they last won a NRL premiership in 2003 when they beat reigning champion Sydney Roosters.

The Panthers and Storm trained for wet weather conditions last week as part of their grand final preparation.

Penrith dunked balls into buckets of water, while Melbourne watered their playing surface on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, where they’ve spent the last four months.

Nathan Cleary hopes to steer the Penrith Panthers to a third premiership on Sunday night

Nathan Cleary hopes to steer the Penrith Panthers to a third premiership on Sunday night

Nathan Cleary hopes to steer the Penrith Panthers to a third premiership on Sunday night

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Woolworths shoppers are obsessing over a new toy – complete with a ‘mini supermarket’ cash register

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Australian parents are racing to Woolworths to get their hands on the ultimate Christmas toy for their kids.

The chain is now selling a ‘mini supermarket’ toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries.

Excited shoppers noticed the new product on shelves, with dozens saying they are planning to surprise their kids with the make-believe shopping game.

While some have spotted the product in stores for $40, the full price is $60.

Woolworths is now selling a 'mini supermarket' toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries

Woolworths is now selling a 'mini supermarket' toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries

Woolworths is now selling a ‘mini supermarket’ toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries

The chain is now selling a 'mini supermarket' toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries

The chain is now selling a 'mini supermarket' toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries

The chain is now selling a ‘mini supermarket’ toy set that comes complete with 47 accessories, including a cash register, scanner, shopping bags and toy groceries 

‘Children love to pretend shop and food play,’ one woman said.

‘It looks well worth [the money] to me,’ another said, a third added: ‘That’s going straight under the tree!’

The new product is 750mm high and 460mm wide, which is perfect for toddlers and children to play with.   

The new product is 750mm high and 460mm wide, which is perfect for toddlers and children to play with

The new product is 750mm high and 460mm wide, which is perfect for toddlers and children to play with

The new product is 750mm high and 460mm wide, which is perfect for toddlers and children to play with

A Woolworths spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that the new product and is available at 900 store locations nationally

A Woolworths spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that the new product and is available at 900 store locations nationally

A Woolworths spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that the new product and is available at 900 store locations nationally

A Woolworths spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that the new product is available at 900 store locations around the country.

‘With Christmas around the corner and parents starting to look for fun gifts that fosters creativity and imagination, we’ve introduced a mini Woolworths supermarket for all the fresh food kids in the making,’ a Woolworths spokesperson said.

‘They’re already proving to be a popular gift with customers and we expect them to be a big hit this Christmas.’

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Alleged family day care scam run by Sydney single mother

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A single mother is accused of directing a fake family daycare business that allegedly defrauded $500,000 from taxpayers out of a ‘mocked up’ shop next to a Coles supermarket. 

Suzy Zreika, 46, was among 13 people arrested by NSW Police across Sydney this week over an alleged fraud involving the company ABC Kid’s N Care.

Zreika is one of two western Sydney ‘carers’ accused of being ‘silent directors’ of the company, which prosecutors will allege defrauded the Federal Government of a half a million in childcare benefits from March to October this year.  

That includes $138,000 from the coronavirus stimulus package – designed to keep the sector afloat through the pandemic – as well as childcare subsidies. 

Family day care operator Suzy Zreika, pictured exclusively above, has been charged with 'conspiracy to defraud' for her alleged role as a silent director of ABC Kids N Care

Family day care operator Suzy Zreika, pictured exclusively above, has been charged with 'conspiracy to defraud' for her alleged role as a silent director of ABC Kids N Care

Family day care operator Suzy Zreika, pictured exclusively above, has been charged with ‘conspiracy to defraud’ for her alleged role as a silent director of ABC Kids N Care 

Some 13 people were arrested - including eight women - as part of the alleged scam on Wednesday, with Zreika (centre) charged with conspiracy to defraud

Some 13 people were arrested - including eight women - as part of the alleged scam on Wednesday, with Zreika (centre) charged with conspiracy to defraud

Some 13 people were arrested – including eight women – as part of the alleged scam on Wednesday, with Zreika (centre) charged with conspiracy to defraud

Another woman accused of playing a role in the scam is walked to a car by detectives as the investigation reached a critical point this week

Another woman accused of playing a role in the scam is walked to a car by detectives as the investigation reached a critical point this week

Another woman accused of playing a role in the scam is walked to a car by detectives as the investigation reached a critical point this week

Zreika put out a job ad for an 'energetic motivated person' with a diploma in early childhood a fortnight ago

Zreika put out a job ad for an 'energetic motivated person' with a diploma in early childhood a fortnight ago

Zreika put out a job ad for an ‘energetic motivated person’ with a diploma in early childhood a fortnight ago

Prior to her alleged ringleading of the scam, the Guildford woman advertised family day care services in the city’s south-west on Facebook’s Muslimoon Trading Post.

She recently posted a job ad for an ‘energetic, motivated person’ with an early childhood diploma to join her team in an unspecified supervisor position. 

Footage of police raids broadcast on A Current Affair last night showed the Smithfield shopping centre the business allegedly operated from. 

A man is arrested by a Strike Force Mercury detective this week, accused of playing a role in the alleged ABC Kids N Care scam

A man is arrested by a Strike Force Mercury detective this week, accused of playing a role in the alleged ABC Kids N Care scam

A detective escorts another co-accused to a waiting undercover police vehicle

A detective escorts another co-accused to a waiting undercover police vehicle

A man is arrested by a Strike Force Mercury detective this week, accused of playing a role in the alleged ABC Kids N Care scam

Zreika's childcare business was an approved day car provider but she has since been charged

Zreika's childcare business was an approved day car provider but she has since been charged

Zreika’s childcare business was an approved day car provider but she has since been charged

Posters, certificates and insurance documents were plastered on the walls but there was no sign of play equipment and prosecutors will allege it was a ‘mock’ set up.

The business had told federal childcare regulators it operated from 7am to 8.30pm on weekdays and was even open on Saturdays. 

The regulator ranked it as ‘working towards’ a series of key government quality requirements. 

This is the suburban store where a family day care centre was allegedly run out of

This is the suburban store where a family day care centre was allegedly run out of

This is the suburban store where a family day care centre was allegedly run out of

This is the inside of the alleged family day care office which police will allege was 'mocked up' and actually a 'sophisticated scam'

This is the inside of the alleged family day care office which police will allege was 'mocked up' and actually a 'sophisticated scam'

This is the inside of the alleged family day care office which police will allege was ‘mocked up’ and actually a ‘sophisticated scam’

Detectives examine accreditation lined up on the walls of the alleged family day care centre

Detectives examine accreditation lined up on the walls of the alleged family day care centre

Officers cleared out the centre following a series of raids across Sydney on Wednesday

Officers cleared out the centre following a series of raids across Sydney on Wednesday

Detectives examine accreditation lined up on the walls of the alleged family day care centre and rip it down following a series of raids across Sydney on Wednesday

Detectives attached the specialised Strike Force Mercury executed 34 search warrants at 18 properties and vehicles across Sydney on Wednesday.

Raids were conducted at Blair Athol, Bossley Park, Canley Heights, Edensor Park, Elizabeth Hills, Fairfield, Green Valley, Green Park, Guildford, Lane Cove, Merrylands and Smithfield.   

Zreika was arrested and charged with two counts of conspiracy to defraud. She was also charged with one count of causing the delivery of a false statement under the Migration Act. The man, 38, was arrested on Thursday morning.

Her co-accused Al-Sharif was charged with two counts of conspiracy to defraud. Both were granted bail to appear at court on November 16.   

Seven other women and four men were charged with dishonestly intend to cause a loss in the alleged pyramid-scheme style scam and will face court next month.  

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