Qld chief scientist hit with fresh charge

August 08, 2017

Queensland's chief scientist has faced court on fraud and forgery charges.

Queensland's chief scientist has faced court in Brisbane over an allegedly fraudulent $45,000 private health insurance claim and been hit with a fresh forgery charge.

Scottish-born Professor Suzanne Miller is accused of dishonestly gaining private health insurance as an employee of the Queensland Museum between February 2014 and July 2017.

Miller was bailed after being charged in late July and appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday, where it was heard she is now also charged with one count of uttering a forged document, namely an immigration letter.

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