Melissa Caddick's husband's mysterious four-word response to question over wife's fate

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Even after almost two years without anyone seeing notorious con-woman Melissa Caddick, her husband holds on to hope.

While many presume Caddick is dead, her husband offered a rather cryptic response when asked whether she is still alive in an upcoming 7News special.

“Look, anything is possible,” Anthony Koletti said.

In November 2020, Melissa Caddick disappeared from her Dover Heights mansion just a day after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) raided her home.

Anthony Koletti said
Anthony Koletti said "anything is possible", when asked if he believes his wife is still alive. Source: AAP

In 2021, a foot was found on a beach in NSW and it was later confirmed the human remains belonged to Caddick.

Caddick's disappearance has been shrouded in mystery and there have been several theories about how her foot came to be on a beach in NSW.

Mr Koletti let the 7News Spotlight investigations team into the couple's Dover Heights home as he packed up his things and prepared to move out.

The home will be sold to help repay the people Caddick defrauded, however, Mr Koletti claims he has struggled to secure a new place.

Melissa Caddick's foot was found inside a shoe on a beach on the NSW South Coast. Source: 7NEWS/AAP
Melissa Caddick's foot was found inside a shoe on a beach on the NSW South Coast. Source: 7NEWS/AAP

He suggested this was because people would Google him and realise his relation to Caddick.

Last month Mr Koletti filed a concise statement in the Federal Court, claiming he was entitled to millions of dollars worth of property, jewellery, artworks and cars owned by the missing Sydney fraudster, according to a court document.

The concise statement was filed in the Federal Court, claiming entitlement over matrimonial property including two multi-million dollar homes, $2 million of jewellery and clothes, $7 million of shares and proceeds from $360,000 of sold-off cars.

Melissa Caddick's husband has moved out of their Dover Heights home. Source: Google Maps
Melissa Caddick's husband has moved out of their Dover Heights home. Source: Google Maps

Mr Koletti's claim was based, according to the document, on his "financial and non-financial contributions" to the marriage since he tied the knot with Ms Caddick in December 2013.

Among the contributions cited were that Mr Koletti used almost all his income to support Ms Caddick and her son, and that since November 2020 he paid around $500 a week to care for the missing woman's child.

With AAP

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