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Man Arrested For Allegedly Scamming RHOS Star Krissy Marsh!

A man has been arrested and charged for allegedly scamming Krissy Marsh, according to The Daily Mail Australia

The Real Housewives of Sydney star was targeted by online hackers while putting down a property settlement for a $10 million beachfront home in Noosa, Queensland in August.

Pretending to be from law firm Mills Oakley, the hackers allegedly tricked the mother-of-three into transferring more than $500,000 as part of the property settlement.

A 28-year-old man arrested in Hillsdale in Sydney's east on Friday allegedly helped in the scam by moving the money, according to The Daily Telegraph.   

The police allege that the man received the money in his bank account and was instructed to buy gold bullion with the funds, which he allegedly complied with. He allegedly gave the gold bullion to another person, who is yet to be charged.  

The 28-year-old was charged with knowingly dealing with proceeds of crime and making a false statement in a statutory declaration and will appear in court on October 28. 

While it was reported that Marsh was allegedly scammed out of $550,000, Marsh has yet to confirm the exact amount. 

"The police are aware of it but I am unable to comment at the moment," she told The Daily Telegraph in August.

The former model starred on the Real Housewives of Sydney in 2017 and is married to property developer John Marsh. They have three children: Billy, Nicco, and Milana.

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