The former wife of the notorious underworld figure Carl Williams has beaten to his former snitch lawyer Nicola Gobbo, who sent the gangster gangster to prison.
On Wednesday, Roberta Williams took a photo of Carl on Instagram, along with some scathing words suspected of being directed against Mrs. Gobbo, called lawyer X.
& # 39; I can't believe the words of someone who has destroyed … so many lives … that filthy DOG !!!! & # 39; Mrs. Williams wrote.
& # 39; She took our money and she was betrayed by all the others, she lived outside with us all, but still calls all her customers bastards. & # 39;
The former wife of the notorious underworld figure Carl Williams has lashed out at his former snitch lawyer Nicola Gobbo (photo), who sent the gangster gangster to prison
Last year, Gobbo was revealed as a secret police informer who helped the police send a swag of underworld figures to prison, including key drug traffickers Pasquale Barbaro, Rob Karam, John Higgs, Tony Mokbel and his brother Milad.
Carl Williams also pleaded four murders for her advice before being brutally murdered by a prisoner in Barwon Prison in 2010.
But those beliefs are now in doubt as a royal commission investigating whether their legality raised concerns, some of those criminals could be released soon.
On Wednesday, Ms. Williams said it was & # 39; incomprehensible & # 39; is that one person & # 39; so much destruction & # 39; can cause and & # 39; ruin so many lives & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Gobbo … and all involved should be held criminally responsible and receive the long sentences & # 39 ;, she wrote.
& # 39; They have corrupt everyone else who has been wrongly convicted and imprisoned due to her munipulating disable (sic) acts.
& # 39; Shine bright like a diamond Carlos, & # 39; said Williams.
Producers for Melbourne Gangland widow Roberta Williams asked $ 50,000 in donations to finance a new reality TV show about her and her children (photo)
Roberta Williams and her daughter Dhakota (photo) have set up a GoFundMe page asking strangers for $ 50,000 to finance a reality TV program
The ardent rant came less than a week after Mrs. Williams had successfully raised $ 50,000 on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe to finance a reality TV series based on her life.
Mrs. Williams and her star-daughter on Instagram are planning to use the money to film the show that they pitch as a mix of Mafia women and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
& # 39; We are raising funds to cover additional production costs associated with producing a TV series that we plan to have released in Australia over the next 12 months, & said the page.
& # 39; This television series gives the public a glimpse into the life of a family living in the shadow of their fallen husband and father. & # 39;
& # 39; The money raised through this campaign goes to production costs, camera crews, filming permits, graphic design, promotion and various other expenses that take place during the filming of such a large project. & # 39;
Dhakota (photo) is said to have been shopping around a demo reel hoping to get a reality TV show in March this year – shortly after her 18th birthday
Carl Williams was killed in the Barwon Prison in 2010 for serving 27 years in prison for the murder of another underworld figure.
Roberta Williams revealed that she had gone bankrupt in court last year after losing a court bid to prevent the Australian Taxation Office from auctioning her million dollar Melbourne house.
On the fundraising page it says that those who donate money will show their name in the credits of a random episode of the show.
They will also be invited to the opening party of the show, which is expected to be held in Melbourne this November.
Roberta Williams has recent financial problems, including the Australian tax office that filed bankruptcy proceedings with the federal court in 2016
For those who donate $ 500 or more, the following is on the page: & # 39; Roberta will call you personally and thank you for the help. & # 39;
On Thursday, the page said he had raised more than $ 54,000 in six days.
Allegedly Dhakota had been shopping around a demo reel hoping to get a reality TV show in March this year, shortly after her 18th birthday.
The teenager currently has around 30,000 followers on Instagram with only 36 messages.
The GoFundMe page states that there is already a writer and producer on board for the show and claims that some television networks have said they are interested in the concept for the show.
The teenager (right) currently has around 30,000 followers on Instagram with just 36 messages
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