Geoffrey Edelsten Responds to Stephen Drill : Herald Sun : Leanne Nesbitt still gives love advice to ex-husband Geoffrey Edelsten

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Stephen Drill, Journalist

Herald Sun, News Corporation ASX:NWS,

17 June, 2016

THE first wife of controversial businessman Geoffrey Edelsten has revealed he still rings her for advice on dealing with his new young lovers.

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Leanne Nesbitt says her former love is looking for sympathy but the one she feels sorry for is his elderly mother, Esther.
He wants people to feel sorry for him,” she said.

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He even rang me to ask me how to keep (former wife) Brynne under control”.

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He’s spending his inheritance now. Why would you put your mum through all this stress?

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Ms Nesbitt spoke with great affection for Esther and other members of the Edelsten family she no longer sees”.
I’d love to see her, I’d like to see her before she passes away. I’ve been trying to arrange it,” she said.
“I was speaking to Tom, Geoff’s old business partner, about getting down there (to Melbourne).

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Sydney-based Ms Nesbitt also spoke warmly of Mr Edelsten’s brother Rodney, and said that his sons had had to deal with unpleasant headlines their uncle had ­generated while they were at school.”

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The Sunday Herald Sun asked Ms Nesbitt for an interview on the 30th anniversary of Mr Edelsten’s famous deal to buy the Sydney Swans, which was inked in July 1985.

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Ms Nesbitt says she helped pull the strings on the purchase — even signing the cheque to pay for the licence.

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And the former model, who met Mr Edelsten at a photoshoot, has also told of how she loved the man despite his financial troubles.

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Ms Nesbitt, 51, who works as a nurse at a Sydney hospital, said she was a key player in Edelsten’s business interests, including the Swans”.

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When we met I had more cash than he did,” she said.

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The money was never there to buy the Swans ­licence. We did a deal with Westeq for the funds, all we did was stump up a deposit.
“I wrote the cheque. I drew out all the cash we had in the bank.
“I remember going to the Commonwealth Bank at Castle Hill (in Sydney). I drained all the accounts dry from the medical centres.

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The Edelstens’ $6.5 million purchase of the Swans briefly transformed the traditional VFL into a pantomime version of American sport. The couple would arrive at games in a helicopter, and dancing girls were brought in.”

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“But Mr Edelsten resigned from the club’s board after 12 months and the Swans were sold to new owners in 1988.”
“Ms Nesbitt, who says she poured $50,000 of her own savings into her ex’s businesses, claims everything Mr Edelsten had was on loan, not owned. “It was all bells and whistles,” she said.”

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“The former 1980s poster girl insisted that she did love Mr Edelsten when they met and married, despite a 20-year age difference.”
“Ms Nesbitt was invited to model at a photoshoot with luxury cars and Mr Edelsten was present. They fell in love and married in 1985, before splitting up three years later. Their losses on the Sydney Swans totalled $20 million.”

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“Edelsten spent 12 months in jail in 1990 for soliciting hitman Christopher Dale Flannery to bash a patient.”
“Ms Nesbitt said that her ex had been trying to protect her following threats that she would be kidnapped and raped.”

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“I really loved him, even after we were divorced I still visited him in jail,” she said.
“A photograph has emerged of the pair kissing while he was in Goulburn prison.”

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“The former doctor, who was struck off after his criminal charges, resurrected himself through a new network of medical clinics.”
He sold them at a profit of up to $25 million.
“Mr Edelsten spent the money on a Caribbean casino, a private jet, US slum flats and a fashion house where second wife Brynne became a model.”
“But then he hit financial troubles in the US.”

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“Mr Edelsten spoke to the Sunday Herald Sun outside his office building, where he ­denied that Ms Nesbitt had been a force in his business interests.”
“She didn’t contribute anything, she didn’t have any money to contribute,” he said. “She got it all from me.”
“Mr Edelsten said Ms Nesbitt was not privy to details of his recent relationships: “Leanne knows nothing about it, it’s a damn right lie.”
“He added through his lawyer that Ms Nesbitt did not sign the cheque for the Swans. He also denied she had put money into the club or his businesses.”
“Leanne invested nothing and was not involved in the running of the Swans,” he said.

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