Glamorous high-flying businesswoman accused of swindling $15MILLION in day ...

High-flying businesswoman is accused of swindling taxpayers out of $15MILLION with elaborate child care scam that saw her claim money for 'phantom' kids to fund lavish overseas holidays Businesswoman charged over multimillion-dollar child care fraud scheme Ola Ouda was rounded up by federal police this week along with four others Investigators allege the business was claiming money for 'phantom children' 

By Levi Parsons For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:44 GMT, 28 November 2020 | Updated: 01:47 GMT, 28 November 2020

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A glamorous businesswoman has been charged after allegedly swindling up to $15million dollars in a daycare centre fraud scheme that used 'phantom children' to rort taxpayers.

Ola Ouda, 42, was rounded up by Australian Federal Police in Melbourne, along with her partner Amjad Shehada, 47, and three other co-accused after a year-long investigation.

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Police allege the jet-setting owner of Prime Family Day Care - who regularly posts photos on her Instagram showcasing her lavish lifestyle - is part of a criminal syndicate defrauding childcare subsidies and the COVID-19 stimulus package. 

She can be seen on her social media accounts living it up on luxurious overseas holidays and posing next to sports cars.

Ola Ouda, 42, (pictured) was rounded up by Australian Federal Police in Melbourne, along with her Amjad Shehada, 47, and three other co-accused after a year-long investigation

Ola Ouda, 42, (pictured) was rounded up by Australian Federal Police in Melbourne, along with her Amjad Shehada, 47, and three other co-accused after a year-long investigation

The Saturday Herald Sun revealed that AFP officers moved in on Ms Ouda on Wednesday - bursting through the door of her Doncaster East home.

Simultaneous search warrants were also carried out at 10 other premises across eight suburbs in Victoria and New South Wales.

More than 150 AFP members and 110 government officials - from Services Australia, the Department of Education, Skills and Employment and the Victorian Department of Education and training - were part of the 11-month sting

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