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A woman who is accused of defrauding a home buyer over $ 1 million during a property deal has had a sensational blast with reporters outside of court.

Annelise Sunderland, 29, was arrested last month and charged with two counts of reckless dealing with proceeds of crime.

Police allege that a would-be ACT homebuyer inadvertently deposited more than $ 1 million into a fraudulent NAB bank account during a property deal in June.

It is alleged that a woman in the ACT inadvertently sent the money to the fake account, the details of which were taken from a compromised email address belonging to her attorney and contained corrupted bank details.

Ms. Sunderland was supported by a friend and dressed in a black bathing suit, flip-flops and a light blue bag when she pleaded not guilty in Parramatta Local Court Tuesday morning.

Ms. Sunderland wore a black suit with a light blue handbag. She will appear in court again on February 8.

During the search for her unit in Parramatta, the police seized numerous mobile phones and documents for forensic analysis.

Ms. Sunderland was charged on November 24 and was granted bail.

Cybercrime squad commander Detective Superintendent Matthew Craft reminded people to remain vigilant when transacting online.

“Get into the habit of checking the email address, URL and spelling used in all correspondence and closely monitor all transactions you do online,” he said out of court.

‘BEC scams are not easy to spot because invoices for clients and contractors are often branded by the intended recipients, but contain altered bank details.

Arrested and Charged

Annelise Sunderland, 29, was arrested last month and charged with two counts of reckless dealing with proceeds of crime.

“To avoid being scammed, people should use two-step verification methods where appropriate, and regularly update and maintain strong passwords.”

Ms. Sunderland will face court again on February 8.

Ms. Sunderland tried to avoid the photographer by covering her face with court papers and an ice cold drink

She also asked that the conditions of her bail be changed so that she only had to report to the police once a week, instead of three times a week.

As reporters approached outside of court, Ms. Sunderland used a series of colorful phrases as she told them to leave her alone.

“Why don’t they fuck off?” She said, shielding her face with court papers and what appeared to be an iced latte.

When asked by a reporter where she supposedly hid the million dollars, the woman made a vile comment about the journalist’s mother.

Annelise Sunderland Quick and Facts

  • Annelise Sunderland, 29, allegedly fleeced more than $1million from a woman
  • Canberra woman unknowingly deposited the money during property settlement
  • Pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, before unleashing on reporters outside court

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