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Novy Chardon, 34, was missing on February 6, 2013 amid a bitter divorce dispute with her 71-year-old husband, John William Chardon

Jilted man, 71, charged with murdering his wife, 34, told police that she was a & # 39; narcissistic shopaholic & # 39; was after his money

  • Novy Chardon, 34, was missing in February 2013 amid a bitter divorce dispute
  • Her 71-year-old husband, John William Chardon, has been charged with murder
  • Chardon told the police that his wife was a & # 39; shopaholic & # 39; who wanted a part of his wealth
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A Gold Coast man accused of killing his wife told the police to investigate her disappearance that she was a & # 39; narcissistic shopaholic & # 39; who wanted half of his possessions, a court heard.

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Novy Chardon, 34, was missing on February 6, 2013 amid a bitter divorce dispute with her 71-year-old husband, John William Chardon.

The body of the mother of two was never found.

Novy Chardon, 34, was missing on February 6, 2013 amid a bitter divorce dispute with her 71-year-old husband, John William Chardon

Novy Chardon, 34, was missing on February 6, 2013 amid a bitter divorce dispute with her 71-year-old husband, John William Chardon

More than six years after she disappeared, Chardon fights an assassination attempt in the Brisbane Supreme Court.

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The court has heard that Chardon told detectives who questioned him that his wife wanted a 50-50 breakdown of their assets after legal advice.

& # 39; She told me she would (also) get a part of (my) company & # 39 ;, he said during the interview that 22 days after Mrs. Chardon disappeared was recorded.

Mrs. Chardon also wanted a $ 600,000 reduction in her husband's investment in a quarry and superannuation, but Chardon said it would never happen.

& # 39; (The lawyer) said she was entitled to a 50-50, but that's just the lawyer, & # 39; he said.

Chardon described his wife as a & # 39; shopaholic & # 39; who & # 39; was as narcissistic as they come & # 39 ;.

More than six years after she disappeared, Chardon fights an assassination attempt in the Brisbane Supreme Court
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More than six years after she disappeared, Chardon fights an assassination attempt in the Brisbane Supreme Court

More than six years after she disappeared, Chardon fights an assassination attempt in the Brisbane Supreme Court

The jury heard the couple get married in 2000 and the first years of their marriage were & # 39; perfect & # 39 ;.

It started to fall apart around 2009 when Mrs. Chardon told a friend that her husband was having an affair.

They divorced in 2012, but continued to live together while both had business.

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The process continues on Thursday.

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