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Melissa Caddick’s Dior and Diamonds. Amazing images of Melissa Caddick’s treasures are emerging.

Amazing footage has surfaced of a dazed Melissa Caddick being questioned about $2 million worth of jewelry during a raid on her home just before her disappearance.

The video, shown during the investigation into her disappearance, shows the notorious fraudster Caddick is under intense pressure as researchers hone her collection of designer jewelry on November 11, 2020.

Caddick, now Australia’s most notorious fraudster, disappeared the next day.

The video was released as part of the ongoing investigation and comes as court-appointed trustees attempt to recover more than $23 million from her former clients.

Amazing footage has surfaced of missing fraudster Melissa Caddick being questioned by investigators about her $2 million jewelry during the police raid, hours before she went missing.

The video, filmed by the Australian Federal Police, shows Caddick under intense pressure as investigators focus on her collection of designer jewelry before confiscating her valuables (Pictured, one of Caddick's necklaces, worth up to $100,000)

The video, filmed by the Australian Federal Police, shows Caddick under intense pressure as investigators focus on her collection of designer jewelry before confiscating her valuables (Pictured, one of Caddick’s necklaces, worth up to $100,000)

The video was released as part of the ongoing lawsuit in which court-appointed trustees are seeking to recover more than $23 million from her former clients (Pictured, one of Caddick's Centauri necklaces, worth up to $100,000)

The video was released as part of the ongoing lawsuit in which court-appointed trustees are seeking to recover more than $23 million from her former clients (Pictured, one of Caddick’s Centauri necklaces, worth up to $100,000)

Caddick lived a luxurious lifestyle before her world collapsed with the AFP and ASIC raid on her home in Dover Heights.

She wore designer clothes and ultra-expensive bling, collected fine art and took lavish ski vacations abroad with husband Anthony Koletti.

The AFP video shows the tense atmosphere in the eastern suburbs during the life-changing raid, which began with a 6:30 am door knock.

“Mrs. Caddick, are there any particularly valuable items, just for our safe storage?” a researcher asks her.

“We intend to take up most of what you’ve just been through.”

ASIC and AFP officials show off Caddick's extraordinary jewelry collection in the video, including many designer labels

ASIC and AFP officials show off Caddick’s extraordinary jewelry collection in the video, including many designer labels

Caddick's husband Anthony Koletti estimated that the jewelry alone was worth more than $2 million

Caddick’s husband Anthony Koletti estimated that the jewelry alone was worth more than $2 million

“I’d say they’re all of great value,” she finally responds.

“What would you consider valuable?” he asks.

“Well, the chains cost $80,000 to $100,000.”

She would refer to two oversized Stefano Canturi necklaces she kept in a safe.

“Is there anything more expensive than that one?” he asks.

She quickly checks the jewelry on display before answering ‘no’.

Investigators watch them flip through wads of foreign money in Caddick's house

Investigators watch them flip through wads of foreign money in Caddick’s house

Over a 14-hour period, a large team of researchers wearing protective gloves questioned Caddick as they carefully cataloged, bagged, labeled and removed all valuables from the house.

Over a 14-hour period, a large team of researchers wearing protective gloves questioned Caddick as they carefully cataloged, bagged, labeled and removed all valuables from the house.

AFP and ASIC researchers opened her two household safes, both containing expensive jewelry

AFP and ASIC researchers opened her two household safes, both containing expensive jewelry

Over a 14-hour period, a large team of researchers wearing protective gloves questioned Caddick as they carefully catalogued, bagged, labeled and removed all valuables from the house.

They confiscated her jewelry and art collection, designer clothes and other possessions, filled dozens of boxes and wrapped many items in plastic to remove them.

They also found thousands of dollars in foreign currency, which were counted in the clip.

Koletti claimed in a 7News Spotlight interview that Caddick was “surrounded and locked up” in her office by ASIC and AFP investigators who wouldn’t let him in.

Caddick lived a luxurious lifestyle before her world collapsed with the raid by the AFP and ASIC

Mr Koletti said Caddick liked jewelry but claimed she loved people more

According to Koletti, the jewelry alone is worth more than $2 million.

Koletti said everything the researchers took was “all sentimental and of great value.”

He said she loved her jewelry but claimed she “loved people more.”

Caddick allegedly defrauded 72 clients, many of them family members and close friends, of at least $23 million in a long-running and carefully concealed Ponzi scheme.

Recipients plan to auction before Christmas as they try to recoup millions for the cash investors.

The clip shows several ASIC and AFP employees carrying them down the stairs and out of the house in the dark to complete Caddick’s humiliation.

Koletti claimed he didn’t ask her any questions after the investigators left and she went straight to sleep.

Caddick (pictured center) wore designer clothes and ultra-expensive bling, collected fine art and took lavish overseas ski vacations with husband Anthony Koletti (pictured right)

Caddick (pictured center) wore designer clothes and ultra-expensive bling, collected fine art and took lavish overseas ski vacations with husband Anthony Koletti (pictured right)

Caddick's house, which she bought for $6.2 million and now believed to be worth up to $15 million, is expected to be sold to pay back scammed investors

Caddick’s house, which she bought for $6.2 million and now believed to be worth up to $15 million, is expected to be sold to pay back scammed investors

She disappeared the next morning, while Koletti later told authorities he believed she had gone out for her normal run.

She has never been seen since.

Incredibly, her severed foot was found washed up three months later in an Asics running show on a beach in New South Wales, 400 km south of her eastern suburb of Sydney.

Caddick’s home, which she bought for $6.2 million and is now estimated to be worth up to $15 million, is expected to be sold to pay back defrauded investors.

MELISSA CADDICK JEWELRY HUSBAND ANTHONY KOLETTI WANT TO KEEP

1. Canturi Signature necklace of onyx, diamond and pearl

2. Canturi Signature bracelet of onyx, diamond and pearl

3. Pair of Diamond Flower Canturi Earrings

4. Canturi 18kt white gold cubism solid dog tag and 18kt white gold curb chain with link chain

5. Canturi Black Diamond Three Quarter Bracelet

6. Canturi 18kt white gold black rhodium plated skull

7. Canturi Cubism Collection 18kt White Gold Bracelet With Baguette Black Sapphire Channel Set On Clasp

8. Canturi Cubism Collection 18kt white gold bracelet with three black sapphire channel set on clasp

9. Canturi Cubism Collection 18kt white gold bracelet with 104 square and baguette cut black sapphires

10. Canturi Odyssey Collection 18kt White Gold Diamond Flower Pendant and Necklace

11. Canturi Cubism Collection Solid Black Sapphire Dog Tag Pendant

12. Canturi Cubism Collection ring with baguette cut black sapphires

13. Canturi menswear ring from New Prototype Collection

14. Canturi Labyrinth Collection Men’s Dress Ring With Black Diamonds

15. Pair of Canturi Cubism 18kt White Gold Black Onyx Cufflinks

16. Canturi 18kt white gold channel set baguette and carre cut diamond cubism cross pendant

17. 18kt white gold wide cubist ring 4.26ct black sapphires

18. Canturi Cubism 19kt White Gold Ring

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