World news – The alleged swimming pool fraud of the foot star


Former AFL star Nick Stevens will hold a two-day trial in August for alleged swimming pool fraud.

Fourteen witnesses will be called to testify during a hearing for the former Port Adelaide and Carlton player scheduled for August 12th and 13th.

Stevens was about to attend a video link hearing in Mildura Magistrates Court on Tuesday. He is faced with 10 allegations of fraud, including five for having dishonestly obtained a financial advantage through deception.

Police claim the 41-year-old dishonestly received nearly $ 145,000 to install swimming pools in Mildura but used the money for other purposes.

Stevens is also charged with a count for creating and using a false document and three other fraud charges.

Magistrate Michael Coghlan confirmed the call date in mid-August and expected the case to be conducted in person after the defense raised concerns that the hearing could take longer than two days if remote controlled.

« I would hope that you will appear in person and that all parties will appear in person, but I don’t know what will happen in four months, » Coghlan told Stevens.

« Unless there are restrictions, I would expect the cases to actually be run the right way, and that will make life a lot easier for everyone. »

The court previously heard that « intent » will be the main subject to be challenged in the introduction. This will examine the case against Stevens and determine whether there is enough evidence to bring the matter to trial.


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