Kerry Buddle pleads guilty to non-broking related charges
Former mortgage broker Kerry Buddle has pleaded guilty in the Wellington District Court to four charges of obtaining accommodation by deception and is likely to be sentenced to community work, according to the Stuff website.
Thursday, August 9th 2012, 10:03AM 6 Comments
The Kapiti Coast-based Buddle, 31, who has been remanded on bail until October for sentencing, was charged after a police investigation into complaints by her clients that they persuaded them to mortgage their properties and lend her the money.
The clients allege the money hasn't been returned but police laid no charges over their allegations.
Instead, the deception charges relate to Buddle staying in motels without paying.
Judge Bruce Davidson has ordered reparation and victim impact statements.
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