Tony Morris's bankruptcy
trustee Andrew Wily. Photo
courtesy Armstrong Wily
Wily had been appointed trustee in bankruptcy to the estate of Tony Morris after Morris had earlier failed to pay $50,000 in legal fees owed to HWL Ebsworth.
But Tony Morris wasn't home when Wily and his senior manager Fleur Evans arrived armed with a detailed home and contents insurance policy.
Instead he was languishing in Parklea prison, awaiting extradition to London to face charges relating to the disappearance of tens of millions of pounds from multiple British pension funds.