A cancer sufferer has urged a judge to ‘throw the book at’ Belle Gibson, who claimed she cured herself of terminal brain cancer through healthy eating.
Returning to court today, Consumer Affairs Victoria also claims Gibson, 23, failed to donate $300,000 to charity from the sale of her Whole Pantry app.
News.com.au reports Gibson has failed to submit a defence, already missing three pervious court dates.
Cancer sufferer Ashley told the Herald Sun she hopes the judge will 'throw the book at her'.
'This thief needs to be brought to justice — I really hope she doesn’t get off scot-free,' she said.
'She needs to pay for her crimes. Pretending to have cancer and ripping all of those charities off and duping all of those people is disgusting.'
However the news site reports the maximum penalty she can face is $1.1 million.
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