Melissa Caddick: ASIC investigator Isabella Allen is leading the investigation: Anthony Koletti songs

A corporate regulator has denied responsibility for Melissa Caddick’s alleged death after it was suggested to her by the scammer’s brother.

Isabella Allen of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) said Adam Grimley asked her the loaded question in June 2021.

“How do you feel responsible for Melissa’s death,” Mr Grimley asked Ms Allen, she said Monday in the NSW Coroner’s Court.

“Do you feel responsible for her death?” asked her attorney, John Sutton.

“No, I did my job,” Ms. Allen said.

Last February, Caddick’s husband Anthony Koletti was issued a restraining order on Ms Allen’s behalf after he released songs blaming her and ASIC for the deaths.

Caddick’s former Dover Heights home is going on the market this week with a $10,000 bail just to view it.

ASIC investigator Isabella Allen (pictured) exits the inquest into the death of Melissa Caddick at Lidcombe Coroner's Court in Sydney on Monday September 26, 2022

ASIC investigator Isabella Allen (pictured) exits the inquest into the death of Melissa Caddick at Lidcombe Coroner's Court in Sydney on Monday September 26, 2022

ASIC investigator Isabella Allen (pictured) exits the inquest into the death of Melissa Caddick at Lidcombe Coroner’s Court in Sydney on Monday September 26, 2022

Isabella Allen (pictured right) obtained a restraining order against Melissa Caddick's husband Anthony Koletti last February after he wrote songs blaming ASIC for his wife's death

Isabella Allen (pictured right) obtained a restraining order against Melissa Caddick's husband Anthony Koletti last February after he wrote songs blaming ASIC for his wife's death

Isabella Allen (pictured right) obtained a restraining order against Melissa Caddick’s husband Anthony Koletti last February after he wrote songs blaming ASIC for his wife’s death

An inquest into the alleged death of Melissa Caddick (pictured) is heard in the NSW Coroner's Court

An inquest into the alleged death of Melissa Caddick (pictured) is heard in the NSW Coroner's Court

An inquest into the alleged death of Melissa Caddick (pictured) is heard in the NSW Coroner’s Court

Koletti’s pathetic song about ASIC investigator Isabella Allen

Anthony Koletti was issued a restraining order by police on February 8 on behalf of Isabella Allen – the woman leading the ASIC investigation into his wife Melissa Caddick – after he released songs that the company’s regulator for Caddick’s presumed death was blamed.

In a bizarre tune, Mr Koletti called Ms Allen “ugly”, compared her to a snake and a rat and launched a personal attack over her “government job”.

But on July 28, a court tore up the AVO and banned the hairdresser-turned-DJ from producing tracks about her.

Legal documents claimed Mr Koletti also texted Ms Allen and trolled her on social media.

Ms Allen also dismissed allegations that ASIC officers were “parading” around the expensive luxury items they seized from Ms Caddick on November 11, 2020.

She also didn’t see anyone donning Ms Caddick’s clothes or hanging jewelry around their necks, “giggling and laughing”.

The last confirmed sighting of Ms Caddick was filmed as ASIC and Australian Federal Police raided her villa that day.

Ms Caddick’s husband Anthony Koletti has since made several complaints to police about Ms Allen’s conduct during the raid.

And Ms Caddick’s mother, Barbara Grimley, blames ASIC for her daughter’s alleged death, saying she was very distressed during the raid and was given no food or water.

Ms Allen described the suggestion that she was responsible for the current situation as “fantasy”.

AFP Constable Amelia Griffen shadowed Ms Caddick for most of the 12-hour search and confirmed that she had made herself a protein smoothie in the morning.

Melissa Caddick's parents Barbara Grimley (left) and Ted Grimley leave the inquest into her death at Lidcombe Coroner's Court in Sydney on Monday September 26, 2022

Melissa Caddick's parents Barbara Grimley (left) and Ted Grimley leave the inquest into her death at Lidcombe Coroner's Court in Sydney on Monday September 26, 2022

Melissa Caddick’s parents Barbara Grimley (left) and Ted Grimley leave the inquest into her death at Lidcombe Coroner’s Court in Sydney on Monday September 26, 2022

Melissa Caddick's husband, Anthony Koletti, arrives at Lidcombe Coroner's Court in Sydney for the inquest into her death. Caddick disappeared hours after her Dover Heights home was searched by AFP and ASIC officers in November 2020

Melissa Caddick's husband, Anthony Koletti, arrives at Lidcombe Coroner's Court in Sydney for the inquest into her death. Caddick disappeared hours after her Dover Heights home was searched by AFP and ASIC officers in November 2020

Melissa Caddick’s husband, Anthony Koletti, arrives at Lidcombe Coroner’s Court in Sydney for the inquest into her death. Caddick disappeared hours after her Dover Heights home was searched by AFP and ASIC officers in November 2020

“I remember talking to her about being free to move around the site if she wished,” Constable Griffen said.

Ms Allen also confirmed that Ms Caddick was seen during the raid filing her nails “from time to time” and taking afternoon naps.

She didn’t appear scared at all, showing only emotion, a “look of horror” as her wedding rings “rattled” as they were placed in a zip-lock bag, she said.

As of September 8, 2020, Ms. Allen led the formal investigation into the scammer’s Ponzi scheme operated under her fake company, Maliver.

Around August 2020, one of her investors, Dominique Ogilvie, had a chance encounter with Jennifer Porter, whose Australian financial services license Ms. Caddick was illegally using as her own.

ASIC conducted a telephone interview with Ms Ogilvie on September 14 about the investigation.

Melissa Caddick's brother Adam Grimley (centre), her mother Barbara Grimley (centre) and father Ted Grimley (right) exit the inquest into her death at Sydney Coroner's Court

Melissa Caddick's brother Adam Grimley (centre), her mother Barbara Grimley (centre) and father Ted Grimley (right) exit the inquest into her death at Sydney Coroner's Court

Melissa Caddick’s brother Adam Grimley (centre), her mother Barbara Grimley (centre) and father Ted Grimley (right) exit the inquest into her death at Sydney Coroner’s Court

“We said that if (Ms. Ogilvie) met Ms. Caddick or later called or spoke to her, she could speak to her freely but would keep the content of our conversation confidential,” Ms Allen said.

Data obtained from Ms Caddick’s mobile phone showed that she was looking for shredder services that evening and booked Shred-X’s services a day later.

Ms Allen said her team took a close look at some of the shredded evidence following the extensive search warrant.

She noted that this was not because Ms Caddick had received a tip from anyone.

Melissa Caddick's former home in Dover Heights (pictured) goes on the market this week. It required extensive repairs, cleaning and maintenance after Caddick's husband was evicted

Melissa Caddick's former home in Dover Heights (pictured) goes on the market this week. It required extensive repairs, cleaning and maintenance after Caddick's husband was evicted

Melissa Caddick’s former home in Dover Heights (pictured) goes on the market this week. It required extensive repairs, cleaning and maintenance after Caddick’s husband was evicted

The rooftop of Melissa Caddick's former home offers stunning views of the city's iconic skyline and Sydney Harbor Bridge

The rooftop of Melissa Caddick's former home offers stunning views of the city's iconic skyline and Sydney Harbor Bridge

The rooftop of Melissa Caddick’s former home offers stunning views of the city’s iconic skyline and Sydney Harbor Bridge

Potential buyers will have to shell out $10,000 just to inspect Melissa Caddick's former home (kitchen and living area pictured).

Potential buyers will have to shell out $10,000 just to inspect Melissa Caddick's former home (kitchen and living area pictured).

Potential buyers will have to shell out $10,000 just to inspect Melissa Caddick’s former home (kitchen and living area pictured).

Meanwhile, her luxurious five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in the eastern suburbs has gone on the market, boasting uninterrupted and expansive views of Sydney Harbor and a “stunning pool” that recipients are hoping will sell at least 10 million will bring in US dollars.

Mr Koletti reported the 49-year-old missing 30 hours after he said she last left the house to “go for a jog” around 5.30am on November 12.

In February 2021, Ms Caddick’s rotting foot in an Asics shoe washed ashore on Bournda Beach on the NSW south coast, some 400km south of Sydney.

She mainly preyed on friends and family and stole up to $30 million between 2013 and 2020, a lawyer supporting Jason Downing SC said earlier in court.

The inquest before Assistant Medical Examiner Elizabeth Ryan continues.


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