& # 39; There were no signs & # 39 ;: Disgraced Meter Maids manager, 47, was found dead in his apartment on the Gold Coast – leaving behind a wife and five children
- The former manager of Meter Maids of Surfers Paradise was found dead
- Michael Yarwood & # 39; s body was found Wednesday in his Main Beach apartment
- The police must confirm the cause of death, but there are no suspicious circumstances
- However, Mr. Yarwood announced in May that he has mental health problems
- His death comes after a lengthy legal war with identity Will & # 39; The Wrecker & # 39; Smith
A controversial and controversial legal identity was found dead in his apartment.
The body of Michael Yarwood, 47, was found yesterday after the police were called to his apartment in the prosperous suburb of Main Beach on the Gold Coast.
Mr. Yarwood was once a top lawyer, former boss of the famous Surfers Paradise Meter Maids and was even in the running as a member of parliament on the Glitter Strip.
Mr Yarwood, however, was plagued by mental health and financial problems and was even imprisoned in 2011 for counterfeiting.
The body of Michael Yarwood (photo), who was 47, was found yesterday after the police were called to his apartment in the prosperous suburb of Main Beach on the Gold Coast
A family spokesperson revealed to The Bulletin that in his last weeks & # 39; good & # 39; had appeared.
& # 39; There were no signs of mental or emotional problems, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; The police said there are no suspicious circumstances. There are not any. There is no cause of death yet. We understand that there may be a coronary investigation. & # 39;
Despite his apparently happy attitude, Mr. Yarwood revealed in May that he had mental illness for more than a decade.
Last seen outside the Magistrates Court in Southport, the dishonored lawyer said: & # 39; I have experienced depression during the last 16 years of my life. & # 39;
The most famous is that Mr. Yarwood (photo) has been convicted of having, however, disposed of nearly $ 4 million from the accounts of Will & # 39; The Wrecker & # 39; Smith to finance luxury vacations and vehicles, loans to the Meter Maids and payments to a & # 39; sugar baby & # 39; he in a high-rise apartment, reported The Courier Mail
& # 39; Bipolar disorder is something wonderful when you are high, but if you are too low, it's just awful, "he said.
The broken lawyer was in the middle of a lengthy process with Gold Coast identity Will & # 39; The Wrecker & # 39; Smith, 81.
In 2014, Mr. Yarwood was accused of cheating Mr. Smith of nearly $ 4 million to finance his life of leisure and luxury.
It was claimed that Mr. Yarwood convinced Mr. Smith to give him the power of attorney so that he could help with the sale of Mr. Smith's lucrative Gold Coast Auto Wreckers yard in Reedy Creek, Queensland.
Mr. Yarwood was embroiled in a lengthy legal war with Mr. Smith and had stated that he had been suffering from mental illness for more than a decade. However, a spokesperson for his family said that he & # 39; good & # 39; was in the weeks prior to his death. Pictured: Mr. Yarhood with his wife in 2017
Mr. Yarwood, who was responsible for Mr. Smith's bank accounts, then accused millions of dollars in foreign vacations, luxury vehicles, loans to the Meter Maids, and payments to a & # 39; sugar baby & # 39; he up high level apartment, The Courier Mail reported.
In March of this year, the court ordered Mr. Yarwood to pay Mr. Smith $ 1.65 million in funds spent incorrectly.
Most recently, the dismissed lawyer would appear in court later this month after being accused of being a lawyer.
Despite his health problems, Yarwood was planning to appeal and continued his legal defense, preparing documents earlier this week and holding meetings.
Mr. Yarwood is survived by his wife and five children.
Since then he has used those bills to pay millions of dollars overseas vacations, luxury vehicles, loans to Meter Maids and payments to a & # 39; sugar baby & # 39; which he has housed in a high apartment building (stock photo by Meter Maids)
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