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Lisa Oldfield’s Mother Takes Former Son-In-Law David Oldfield To Court Over An Alleged ‘Unpaid Loan’ Worth ‘Hundreds Of Thousands’

The drama between Real Housewives of Sydney star Lisa Oldfield and her estranged husband David Oldfield is getting messier.

According to The Daily Mail Australia, Lisa's mother Christine Johnston is taking her former son-in-law and father to her two grandchildren to court over an alleged unpaid loan.

The 63-year-old former politician who co-founded and was deputy leader of the Pauline Hanson's One Nation party, was reportedly loaned 'hundreds of thousands' of dollars from his former mother-in-law in 2014.

David confirmed there was 'bankruptcy proceedings in the Federal Court' undertaken by Christine, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

The former RHOS husband stated that he is unable to repay the loan as all of his assets were tied up in other court cases. The hearing for the matter has been scheduled for July 27.

As previously reported, in February 2019, Lisa announced on her personal Facebook page last month that she was divorcing her husband of seventeen years.

“Dear friends and family, it’s with a very heavy heart that I am announcing this. David and I will be getting a divorce,” she said, according to “We aren’t sure what that looks like right now, but we do know that we are going to be the most epic divorced parents ever. Henry and Albert will remain our top priority.”

“We aren’t interested in being ugly about any of the details that go along with this kind of thing. Please: We ask for your kindness, prayers, and love as we work this out together. Also, if you have something to say, please let it be out of love and words of encouragement. This is a very tough time. We aren’t interested in trying to bash each other and we ask the same from you. You don’t have to pick sides. Thank you.”

Back in December 2018, The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Lisa and David Oldfield called it quits. The publication claimed that fame came between the couple.

"David never really got over how popular Lisa was on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! and ever since it has been downhill," a source close the couple told The Sydney Morning Herald.

The source then added: "He is staying in the house with the boys but Lisa has moved out and says she will not go back ... ever."

After being eliminated from I'm A Celebrity, the controversial reality star confirmed that she "will be speaking to a divorce lawyer."

"I feel like he is a boat anchor around my neck, and after 17 years I've had a revelation," she told hosts Dr. Chris Brown and Julia Morris.

When asked if she was joking, Lisa said: "No, I don't think I am actually."

However, days later she told Who Magazine: "It was a bit heat of the moment. I think I’d rather be a widow, why take 50 per cent when you can take 100?"

Then, when she appeared on The Kyle and Jackie O Show, she went back on her divorce claim.

"After I had my roast chicken dinner my first call was to my divorce lawyer. We actually decided I'm better off being a widow rather than a divorcee," she said.


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