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NZ Herald : reported that Fake cancer blogger Belle Gibson ‘delusional’, says judge

as informed in As well as the fake cancer claims, Consumer Affairs Victoria also accused Ms Gibson of not passing on up to $AU300,000 in promised charity donations.
The young mother claimed she was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2009 and given four months to live.
“Ms Gibson deliberately played on the genuine desire of members of the Australian community to help those less fortunate.
“I have upheld most, but not all of the allegations,” Justice Mortimer told the court room.
Watch: Gibson describes her diagnosisBut the judge said there wasn’t enough evidence to prove that Ms Gibson never believed she had cancer, and that at the time she may have been under “some kind of delusion” when blogging about her fake cancer.

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Verdict is in: fake cancer blogger Belle Gibson in court

Verdict is in: fake cancer blogger Belle Gibson in court

As well as the fake cancer claims, Consumer Affairs Victoria also accused Ms Gibson of not passing on up to $300,000 in promised charity donations.
DISGRACED wellness blogger Belle Gibson has been found guilty in the Victorian Federal Court of a majority of charges against her of defrauding clients and profiting from false cancer claims.
“Ms Gibson deliberately played on the genuine desire of members of the Australian community to help those less fortunate.
Ms Gibson, who went by the pseudonym Harry Gibson, wrote on the page.
Gibson told The Weekly she had a “troubled” childhood, which may have led her to lie about her condition.

referring to

Verdict is in: fake cancer blogger Belle Gibson in court

As well as the fake cancer claims, Consumer Affairs Victoria also accused Ms Gibson of not passing on up to $300,000 in promised charity donations.
DISGRACED wellness blogger Belle Gibson has been found guilty in the Victorian Federal Court of a majority of charges against her of defrauding clients and profiting from false cancer claims.
“Ms Gibson deliberately played on the genuine desire of members of the Australian community to help those less fortunate.
Ms Gibson, who went by the pseudonym Harry Gibson, wrote on the page.
Gibson told The Weekly she had a “troubled” childhood, which may have led her to lie about her condition.

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