Chris Vedelago

Senior reporter for The Age

Roberta Williams was declared bankrupt by the Federal Court last November.

Seven paid Roberta Williams $100,000

Seven West Media paid $100,000 for Carl Williams' so-called "prison diaries" and the participation of his former wife, Roberta, in a Sunday Night special that cast the slain drug lord and multiple murderer as a "soft and gentle" man

George Williams died in 2016 after suffering a massive heart attack.

ATO puts a roof over Williams crime clan

The Australian Tax Office continues to honour a secret deal it struck with crime patriarch George Williams that allowed him to keep a second home while owing more than $570,000 in taxes.

John Moncrieff, founder of The Brotherhood, is facing bullying charges by WorkSafe Victoria.

Brotherhood founder charged over bullying allegations

The founder of one of Melbourne's most exclusive and secretive clubs, The Brotherhood, has been charged by WorkSafe over allegations he failed to stop a culture of bullying and intimidation at his private security firm.