Fraudster, 23, who went viral for her VERY unflattering ‘trailer trash’ mugshot is the primary particular person to be jailed over bushfire fraud after she scammed $60,000 out of charity money
- Tiffany-Anne Brislane-Brown, 23, has been jailed for 2 years and 9 months
- She scammed $60,000 from NSW Companies in a bushfire grants scheme
- The grant had been supplied to companies impacted by the summer season bushfires
- Brislane-Brown famously complained about ‘trailer trash’ mugshot in January
A fraudster who went viral after complaining about her ‘trailer trash’ mugshot has been jailed for scamming $60,000 from a bushfire grants scheme.
Tiffany-Anne Brislane-Brown, 23, used totally different financial institution accounts and telephone numbers to swindle the cash from New South Wales Companies, after claiming she ran a enterprise that had been financially impacted by the bushfires.
She had pleaded responsible to 6 counts of dishonestly acquiring monetary benefit by deception in September.
Final week, Brislane-Brown was sentenced to 2 years and 9 months behind bars and was ordered to pay again each greenback she stole, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Tiffany-Anne Brislane-Brown, 23, who infamously complained about her ‘trailer trash’ mugshot has been jailed after scamming $60,000 from a NSW bushfire grant scheme
Between Might and April she lodged 24 purposes by way of the bushfire COVID-19 $10,000 grant scheme.
This system was designed to assist small companies throughout the state experiencing declining income related to the fires and coronavirus restrictions.
An investigation into fraud offences by NSW Police uncovered the 23-year-old’s rip-off earlier this yr.
Police discovered receipts on her telephone exhibiting funds to financial institution accounts of one other ten individuals.
The 23-year-old had referred to as out police for his or her selection of picture when issuing a warrant for her arrest in Newcastle again in January.
Final week, Brislane-Brown was sentenced to 2 years and 9 months behind bars and was ordered to pay again each greenback she stole
Police had shared a mugshot on the 23-year-old in January however Brislane-Brown was sad with the picture chosen
Officers shared the ‘most up-to-date picture’ they’d of Brislane-Brown as a part of a name out by Newcastle Metropolis Police for alleged stealing offences.
The picture from 2015 reveals the girl together with her hair up in a bun, a confused look on her face and a tattoo on her collarbone which reads: ‘We do not bear in mind days, we bear in mind moments’.
Police posted the picture within the hope it will garner data on her whereabouts however the 23-year-old noticed it on-line and fired again within the feedback.
‘Loving the picture taken what number of years in the past. Let’s settle down on the feedback guys it is not each day I appear like trailer trash. Let’s simply say it wasn’t an excellent angle,’ she commented.
Newcastle Police responded: ‘Most likely time you stroll right into a police station earlier than we discover you’.
Brislane-Brown is the primary particular person to be jailed over fraud in relation to the bushfires, and was given a non-parole interval of 20 months.
A number of others have been charged throughout the state with extra arrests anticipated in December.
Brislane-Brown claimed she ran a enterprise that had been affected by the bushfires and coronavirus