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Australian driver Richard Pusey allegedly used gruesome crash photos in a $1.5 million insurance scam.

Notorious Porsche driver Richard Pusey famously filmed the horrific crash on the Eastern Highway that killed four police officers, but I tried to make a $1.5 million insurance claim using my photo. heard.

Police say 44-year-old Pusey circulated online graphic photos of his April 2020 crash, some of which showed seriously injured police officers. , claims to have distributed online for Google reviews of car dealerships and complaints to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority.

Former mortgage broker who identifies himself as non-binary His broker is self-representing himself throughout the hearing and fighting the charges.

After pleading not guilty to two of his counts of using transportation services in an offensive manner and of breaking bail on suspicion of repeat offense, Pusey pleaded not guilty. I met with the Sunshine Magistrates Court on the green of the prison on Tuesday.

Pusey was sentenced to 10 months in prison on 28 April 2021 after being convicted of public order crimes for filming the deaths of four police officers. rice field. Pusey had been stopped by police for speeding when a truck drove into the emergency lane and fatally injured four police officers.

Police allege Richard Pusey, 44, distributed graphic pictures of the April 2020 crash – some of which showed the severely injured officers.
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Court ruled that Pusey Two separate complaints were filed online regarding damage suffered by Porsche in a violent collision.

In AFCA filings, Pusey said he was unable to secure insurance coverage for the damage done to his vehicle because "no one wants to own a claim."

"A truck mowed down his four heroic traffic safety officers... wrecked a black Porsche and now they won't pay," they said. appealed to the authorities.

The court heard they sought $1.5 million in damages for the trauma of seeing a police officer violently killed in a clash. , the AFCA senior manager in charge of the allegation, Harry Ganavas, told the court that the images attached to the allegation were irrelevant and that Pusey's description of the events made him "disgusting."

"I actually felt disgusted and unwell when I saw the picture," he said.

Police prosecutor Anthony Alboa told the court that one of his images submitted did not show the damage done to the Porsche.

The "inappropriate and disrespectful" claim was dismissed.

The court also heard that Pusey uploaded a one-star Google review of Porsche Center Melbourne, criticizing the company's insurance policy and level of customer service.

Under investigation. police officer told court a 44-year-old man used a graphic photo of one of the officers bleeding on the roof of his Porsche for his Google profile picture.

The officer said he felt "anger and rage" when he saw the horrifying images of the deadly tragedy.

After famously filming a collision which killed four police officers, Richard Pusey attempted to use the photos to make an insurance claim for $1.5 million.

's Instagram account. A non-face-to-face photo showing the damage to the Porsche. They could have used it to complain.

Prosecutors argued that the Instagram account contained a lot of personal information, proving it was run by Pusey.

The Porsche driver In court, prosecutors said they were "telling a story."

The hearing will continue Wednesday before Magistrate Michel Mikitowicz.