Fraudster Oliver Roths tells Harvest Homes liquidation court hearing he was renting a luxury $3400 a week North Sydney home while earning $45,000 a year

Donna Page
By Donna Page
Updated March 26 2021 - 5:35am, first published March 25 2021 - 6:30pm
CAN'T RECALL: Jailed fraudster Oliver Roths, also known as Oliver Banovec, leaving the Federal Court in Sydney on Wednesday after giving evidence at a public examination into the collapse of Newcastle builder Harvest Homes. Picture: Johnathan Carroll

THE man at the centre of the Harvest Homes collapse told the Federal Court on Thursday he earned $45,000 last financial year and for the past two years rented a luxury North Sydney house for $3400 per week.

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Donna Page

Donna Page

Investigative journalist at the Newcastle Herald

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