Melissa Caddick: How a bitter divorce helped one lucky investor escape the con-woman’s fraud
The disappearance of brazen high-rolling conwoman Melissa Caddick after stealing more than $20million to fund her glamorous lifestyle has quickly become one of Australia’s greatest unsolved mysteries.
In less than 18 months, it has consumed news headlines, been the subject of countless podcasts, YouTube clips, social media threads and spurred a television miniseries.
In months and years to come, you can bet we’ll see a lot more – book deals signed, docudramas, and even a movie.
Although Caddick is long gone from her Wallangra Road mansion in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, where she was last seen on November 13, 2020, the public remains fascinated by her disappearance, not just in Australia but also worldwide.
With Caddick missing, many of her secrets remain hidden, but for how long?
Here are some of the questions we all want to be answered – and how likely they are to be ever solved.
Secret one: Could Melissa Caddick be alive?
Could she be alive? Yes. Is she alive? Very, very unlikely – but the lack of definite answers will continue to fuel speculation.
While police suspect she is deceased, she has not officially been declared dead.
The NSW Coroner’s Court confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that the ‘inquest into the disappearance & suspected death of Melissa Louise Caddick’ remains before the court.
Caddick’s second husband Anthony Koletti claimed he will never know the cause of her death because CCTV footage was taken from their home during an ASIC raid (pictured) the day…