The attractive lawyer daughter of beleaguered property developer Gene Nassif has gone to court to face allegations that she used fraudulent contracts to obtain a $150 million loan.
Ashlyn Nassif was arrested earlier this year after a police raid on four properties, including the offices of her law firm EA Legal, and was charged with fraudulent financial gain through deception and the publication of false or misleading materials. was indicted as
The 27-year-old has been accused of submitting a false contract to meet the pre-sale conditions of a $10.5 million Sky View apartment in Castle Hill, northwest of Sydney.
Nassif appeared in Burwood District Court Wednesday in a checkered black and white set with knee-high boots.
The glamorous lawyer walked into court with a black shoulder bag and a set of rosary beads hanging around her neck.
She appeared before Magistrate Vivian Swain, who stayed the matter for two weeks. Mr. Nassif is not required to attend the next occasion if he is legally represented.
Over the last three months of 2021, Nassif submitted fake contracts to Westpac Bank for $150 million to fund three of five Skyview Towers, comprising about 960 apartments. was accused of fraudulently obtaining loans for
The tower apartment was under construction by my father’s development company, Toplus.
At the time of the allegations, Nassif was an attorney at the Supreme Court of New South Wales and a partner of EA Legal. There is no indication of wrongdoing by the company.
Nassif was released on bail in May after his family posted a $2.6 million bond.
She is not allowed to contact 24 people she suspects of fraud, lives in her mother’s Chiswick home, and must observe a 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. curfew.
Mr. Nassif had to surrender his passport and report to the Burwood Police Station every day.
Her real estate developer father is among those she can’t get in touch with, but there’s nothing to suggest he’s involved in any wrongdoing.
In 2019, Nassif made headlines on social media by gifting his wife of 34 years, Nisseling Nassif, a $480,000 Lamborghini.
Nassif has yet to file a petition. The matter will go to court this month.
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