Canberra woman accused of dating scam claimed to have Michael Clarke’s baby: court documents

Michael Clarke trains ahead of the first TestA Canberra woman accused of an online dating scam, who allegedly claimed to have had a child with cricketer Michael Clarke and to have suffered from diabetes, is behind bars on multiple fraud charges.

Key points:
Court documents reveal details of an alleged dating scam by Crystal-Lee Lancaster
Ms Lancaster allegedly scammed one man out of $61,490
Last month, she was charged with 24 counts of obtain property by deception
Crystal-Lee Lancaster, 26, allegedly used the website Plenty of Fish to lure men, netting more than $200,000.

According to court documents, Ms Lancaster told one of her alleged victims she was a sports doctor who had worked for the Australian cricket team, as well as the Queensland Maroons and South Sydney Rabbitohs.

She is alleged to have asked one of the victims to borrow money to pay medical expenses for her diabetes and for school fees after he told her he had received more than $260,000 in inheritance after the death of his father.

via Canberra woman accused of dating scam claimed to have Michael Clarke’s baby: court documents – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)