Here Are Some Of The Luxe Digs Frozen Over That Alleged $165M Tax Fraud

A clutch of multi-million dollar homes across Sydney and a multi-storey complex in Surry Hills are among the properties placed under freezing orders by the NSW Supreme Court, in relation to an alleged $165 million tax fraud racket.

Fairfax Media reports a massive luxury home in Vaucluse has been frozen in relation to the suspected scam, which allegedly centres around Synep Limited and its payroll company Plutus
The $8.75 million property belongs to Rachel Anne Keary, whose company Jrio was an original half-owner of Synep. Keary hasn’t been charged in relation to the alleged scam, and there’s no suggestion she was aware of any alleged misconduct.
Simon Anquetil, who is alleged to have steered Plutus Payroll, has had three properties placed under the freezing order. A Lavender Bay apartment worth over $2.8 million, a $1.15 million Potts Point penthouse, and another $1.15 million spot in the CBD have been put on ice.
A $2.3 million, five-bedroom pad in Wahroonga has also been frozen. It’s one of at least three properties linked to alleged co-conspirator Dev Menon, along with an Ultimo penthouse apartment clocking in at a cool $750,000.
A five-storey Surry Hills building owned by the company of developer Michael Teplitsky is another property put on ice. The offices of Teplitsky’s company were among several premises raided by the Australian Federal Police in relation to the alleged scam. 
Teplitsky and Tepcorp Holdings’ Boris Markovsky have not been charged in relation to this whole deal, and there’s no suggestion they had any knowledge of the alleged misconduct.
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The Bondi apartment of Adam Cranston, Plutus’ singular shareholder, was also frozen following his arrest last week. Cars, boats, and even a couple of planes have also been frozen.

Freezing orders are handed out to stop goods and properties linked to alleged crimes being disposed of in a manner that may upset the ability of a plaintiff to make their case. 

Source: Sydney Morning Herald.