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Her husband was sending her money from prison, encouraging her to spend it or transfer it to others. The Rotorua woman told a disciplinary tribunal she was "living in a make-believe world", not thinking about where that cash came from.
After her conviction, the Crown seized and sold her house, and she has now been barred from a return to nursing. However, the offending was "so serious and sustained" that she couldn't remain registered. She apologised for her offences. References from two colleagues said the offending was out of character for the competent nurse. Her lawyer said it was reckless as opposed to dishonest, and there were no patient safety issues.
However, the courts had called it premeditated, and to her significant personal gain. Aldworth's nursing registration was cancelled and she was formally censured. Money laundering conviction gets Rotorua nurse barred from profession. Libby Wilson , Sep 19 The Crown seized and sold Linda Olive Aldworth's Rotorua property after she was found guilty of meth-related money laundering file photo.