When rhea gods daughter sold jewellery worth more than $3,000, police were alerted.
It’s not the first time she has been involved in a scam, with the daughter of Australian pop star Rita Ora being jailed for a year in October 2015 for attempting to sell a gold ring worth more $4,000.
“I’m really concerned for her, she’s not a normal person,” one witness said.
Police were called to a home in the city’s south-west just after 7:00pm on Friday, where they found rhea god’s daughter, Rhea Goddess, and her husband, Ricky God, inside the home.
They were arrested and charged with fraud, but the pair pleaded guilty in November and have been released on bail.
The alleged ring had been purchased at a jewellery store in Queensland, with a $200 deposit made into the account.
Rhea Goddess was arrested on November 3 and charged on January 13 with four counts of theft, three counts of fraud and one count of possession of stolen property.
She was bailed to return to Brisbane on February 11.
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