“Former doctor Geoffery Edelsten has been forced to represent himself in one of Australia’s top courts in the latest chapter in his headline-grabbing fall from grace.”
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“The former media-loving attention seeker, who draped himself in buxom blondes, appeared a tired old man outside the Federal Court in Melbourne yesterday.”
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“Edelsten had appeared in court where lawyers acting on behalf of the United States Bankruptcy Court were fighting to recover $1 million being held in a NAB trust fund by Edelsten’s former lawyers, Webb Korfiatis.”
“Edelsten declared himself bankrupt in Ohio in 2014.”
“Dressed in black with an outrageously coloured tie, Edelsten apologised to the Federal Court as he appeared at the bar table alongside three other lawyers.”
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““Excuse me for not being represented,” he said.”
“Edelsten opposed any of the trust fund’s money being sent overseas.”
“The matter was adjourned until next month to allow all parties time to consider their positions. Outside court, Edelsten uncharacteristically objected to having his photograph taken. He asked for Herald Sun photographer David Caird’s camera, before saying that he was entitled to privacy and suggesting Caird could end up on his website.”
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