Ex-Hockeyroo Kate Hubble faked cancer letters, for defrauding the charity

Hubble, 32, used the identities of real oncologists to fake letters, so that she could transfer to Sydney allegedly to undergo radiation therapy.

At one point she said to her boss in the Redkite cancer charity, “My cancer is serious. Is terminal. I don’t have a lot of time.”

Hubble also stated that she had part of her liver removed, had operations to remove tumors in other organs and that he would be undergoing intravenous immunotherapy treatment.

The former Olympic hopeful has pleaded guilty in the Sydney Downing Centre Local Court on Monday to two counts each of making and using a false document to obtain financial advantage.

One of the few members of Australia’s national female hockey squad to train for the London 2012 Olympic games and injury free, Hubble told his colleagues in Redkite in 2015 that the cancer made him too sick to work.

The Police of NSW Facts relied on by the news.com.au state that Hubble created a false e-mail address of a cancer specialist.

The former Olympic hopeful and Hockeyroo goalkeeper Kate Hubble (above) pretended to be cancer of letters to defraud the charity Redkite.

The Hubble with race car driver Daniel Ricciardo.

Hubble told friends that she was ‘terminal’.

She wore another letter from the oncologist at Redkite files of the computer, to invent a medical certificate that he describes would be the cancer treatment she would undergo.

Their fraud has cost the Redkite charity of more than $50,000 in salary, sick leave and other costs, the police, the facts say.

Hubble began to work for Redkite in Sydney as a Team coordinator in 2014.

The following year he was promoted to the Partnership And Events Specialist in their home state of Western Australia, with a salary of $72,966.

In 2015, he said Redkite she had health problems and two letters in his personnel file from a Perth oncologist to say that she is unfit for the job, and then is only able to work part-time.

The second letter says that your job status is pending the completion of their treatment cycle.

Hubble then requested a transfer to Sydney to seek treatment for cancer.

The request was granted and the Hubble moved to the states.

The facts state that Redkite’s General Manager, People And Culture, Graeme Bartram had “numerous “conversations” with the Hubble space telescope.

Hubble pretended letters from the oncologists, saying that she was undergoing serious cancer treatment.

The London 2012 Olympic hope stated that she had cancer in 2015, and that she was receiving immunotherapy.

When she told him that his cancer was “terminal” and “I don’t have a lot of time,” he said to his Redkite had a “duty of care”.

On the 26th of June this year, Mr Bartram is also requested supporting documentation from your medical specialist.

The next day, Mr. Bartram received an email that purports to be from Dr. Mark Sywak, who is a professor of surgery at North Shore Private Hospital and Royal North Shore Hospital.

The letter said that she was not fit for the job after the surgery the 19 of June of this year, and that his treating physician Dr. Gearoid O’connor would provide new policies in terms of their state of health.

Dr Sywak later told the police that the signature was not his and that he had never prepared the document, sent in his name.

On the same day, Mr. Bartram also received emails from Hubble, enclosing letters from Dr. O’connor.

Kate Hubble in the photo ahead of the London 2012 Olympic games.

A letter said that the Hubble was a patient in Darlinghurst Medical Centre and gave advice to call an ambulance if she fainted and suffered a “serious injury”.

In the second letter, Dr. O’connor stated that “Kate is starting the treatment of immunotherapy this week” and that it would be “intravenously administered” over a period of months.

The letter discussed side effects that include pain, and suggested that the work of the house to not run the risk of infection from a depleted immune system.

The dr. O’connor told the police that the letters were false, but that the signature on each was of him.

In an interview with the police at Redfern station in August, the Hubble supported the creation of an e-mail address for Dr Sywak and editing of an original letter sent by Dr. O’connor on your computer.

Court documents say that Hubble, who lives in Sydney, is unemployed, and was issued for a violation of theft in February of this year.

The Hubble is due to be sentenced at the end of this week.