Former Imperial Hotel Tamworth owner Michael Foxman has NCAT applications dismissed after claiming 'corruption' and a $76 million loss

Anna Falkenmire
Updated January 18 2022 - 8:34am, first published 5:00am
DISMISSED: Michael Foxman made applications to stop the criminal proceedings against him but they were tossed out. Photo: Gareth Gardner, file
DISMISSED: Michael Foxman made applications to stop the criminal proceedings against him but they were tossed out. Photo: Gareth Gardner, file

EX-PUBLICAN Michael Foxman has had applications to the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) thrown out after claiming he is a victim of "malicious persecution" who has lost at least $76 million because of "corruption" between police and his former employees.

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Anna Falkenmire

Police and crime reporter at the Newcastle Herald. Email: afalkenmire@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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