Melbourne man is suing ex-girlfriends who reportedly wrote a letter to fiancé saying he was violent

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‘We’re the Sisterhood’: a letter in the pen from three ex-girlfriends to the fiancée of a high-flying adviser urging her to dump him – but he is suing for defamation after claiming he was a cheating sex addict

  • Melbourne man Constantine Arvanitis filed a defamation suit against ex-partners
  • Mr Arvanitis claims that women sent a letter to the fiancé claiming he was violent
  • Letter referred to trio of women as ‘sisterhood’ saying ‘he must be stopped’
  • Mr. Arvanitis denies all claims, saying it ruined the relationship with in-laws

Three women who dated the same financial adviser are at the center of a defamation lawsuit after allegedly writing a letter to his fiancé telling her to leave him.

Melbourne man Constantine Arvanitis claims the one-page letter was sent to his partner Melanie Thornton, warning her that he was dangerous, violent and sex addicted.

Mr. Arvanitis firmly denies the claims, saying they are defamatory.

The letter was reportedly written by Selina Holder and two other women, not mentioned by name, who called themselves the ‘sisterhood’, The age reported.

“We must expose him,” the letter would read. ‘He will take all your money. He must be stopped. ‘

‘You need to contact us so we can protect you from this bad person. We all want to help you. We’re in Melbourne together, so please meet us. ‘

Melbourne man Constantine Arvanitis claims the one-page letter was sent to his partner Melanie Thornton warning her he was dangerous, violent and sex addicted

Melbourne man Constantine Arvanitis claims the one-page letter was sent to his partner Melanie Thornton warning her he was dangerous, violent and sex addicted

Mr. Arvanitis intended to sue all three women but will now only prosecute the defamation case against Mrs. Holder

Mr. Arvanitis intended to sue all three women but will now only prosecute the defamation case against Mrs. Holder

Mr. Arvanitis intended to sue all three women but will now only prosecute the defamation case against Mrs. Holder

Mr. Arvanitis intended to sue all three women, but will now only prosecute the defamation case against Ms. Holder.

Court documents filed with the Victorian County Court and obtained by The Age State. Mrs. Holder shared a child with Mr. Arvanitis.

The couple had been in a long-distance relationship before moving in together and breaking up in 2015, according to the document.

The other two women were ‘casual’ relationships he’d met on Tinder, Arvanitis claims.

Mr. Arvanitis claims that Ms. Holder also sent a letter to his sister-in-law Chantel Thornton and that the letters “irreparably damaged” his relationship with his in-laws.

Ms. Holder, who denies sending the letter, has filed a defense claiming that Mr. Arvanitis spent $ 220,000 on cocaine, used meth, and sold Viagra to colleagues while working at ANZ.

Mr. Arvanitis claims that Ms. Holder also sent a letter to his sister-in-law Chantel Thornton and that the letters “irreparably damaged” his relationship with his in-laws.

Court documents allege that Mr. Arvanitis saw multiple women at the same time, despite claiming to be in a monogamous relationship.

Mr. Arvanitis is an IT consultant who worked for ANZ, Victoria Police, IBM before joining NAB.

He denies the allegations brought against him and will begin the eight-day trial on May 17.

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