Aldo DiNatale

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Victim escapes conviction for threatening to kill paedophile

  • by: Fiona O’Doherty
  • From: Herald Sun
  • October 25, 2011 12:32PM

A VICTIM of paedophile Aldo DiNatale has escaped conviction after pleading guilty to threatening to kill his childhood tormentor.

DiNatale, a prominent Werribee businessman, served six months in prison in 2008 after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting his nephew Nick Deleo between 1971 and 1973, Wyndham Leader reports.

DiNatale also pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a female victim, who was aged 10 and 11 at the time of the offences.

Deleo, now 47, was aged seven to nine when he was assaulted.

Deleo, who has allowed Leader to identify him, appeared at Sunshine Magistrates’ Court last Thursday and pleaded guilty to one charge of threatening to kill with intent to cause fear.

The charge arose from an incident at DiNatale’s office in Cherry St, Werribee, in November last year.

In May last year, County Court Judge Wendy Wilmoth ordered that DiNatale pay each of his two victims $80,000 compensation for pain and suffering.

 

http://wyndham-leader.whereilive.com.au/news/story/werribee-paedophile-defaults/

Werribee paedophile defaults

9 Aug 11 @ 02:17am by Fiona O’Doherty

CONVICTED paedophile and prominent Werribee businessman Aldo DiNatale has not met a court-imposed deadline to pay almost $180,000 compensation to his two victims.

He now faces bankruptcy.

DiNatale was served with a bankruptcy notice by lawyers Schembri & Co on June 23 requiring him to pay $176,477.80 or make arrangements to settle the debt within 21 days (by July 12).

He did not do so and proceedings have begun in the Federal Magistrates’ Court to have him declared bankrupt.

DiNatale is married to Rosa DiNatale, the older sister of one of his victims.

A company search lists her as the director of Wyndham Property Holdings, the company behind a medical centre planned for the corner of Princes Highway and Wattle Ave, Werribee.

DiNatale is listed as a director of the company until May 3 last year, the same date his wife was appointed a director.

Nine days later Victorian County Court judge Wendy Wilmoth ordered DiNatale to pay his victims compensation for the pain and suffering he caused.

Wyndham Council has also confirmed DiNatale as the applicant behind a bid to demolish historic Davis House in Watton St, Werribee.

DiNatale pleaded guilty in 2008 to indecently assaulting Nick Deleo, now aged 46, from age seven to nine between 1971 and 1973.

DiNatale also pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a female.

Now 65, DiNatale was sentenced to two years’ jail on each count on May 29, 2008, with an effective sentence of eight months.

Judge Wilmoth suspended 17 months of the jail term for two years, bringing the effective jail time down to 15 months.

In May last year, Judge Wilmoth ordered DiNatale to pay each of his two victims $80,000 compensation for pain and suffering.

A tax return submitted to the County Court in May last year when his victims first pursued their compensation claim shows his taxable income for the 2009-10 financial year was just $35,000.

Judge Wilmoth noted: “He is one of a number of directors of several corporate entities involved in property development but there is no other evidence available to me as to his financial circumstances.”

However, she also noted that “he has been described in some of the depositional material as a man of means, as a successful businessman in the field of property development”.

DiNatale referred the Leader to his lawyers when contacted about his failure to pay compensation to his victims.

 

http://wyndham-leader.whereilive.com.au/news/story/victim-of-werribee-paedophile-faces-court/

Victim of Werribee paedophile faces court

7 Jun 11 @ 01:59am by Fiona O’Doherty

THE victim of a convicted Werribee paedophile is now being pursued through court by his attacker.

Nick Deleo will face Sunshine Magistrates’ Court in October accused of stalking and threatening to kill Aldo DiNatale and members of his family and demanding DiNatale pay him $80,000.

He has been charged with possessing a prohibited weapon – a knife – without an exemption.

The offences were alleged to have taken place on November 16 and 17, 2010.

As reported in the Leader in February, 2009, DiNatale pleaded guilty in 2008 to indecently assaulting Mr Deleo, now 46, from age 7 to 9 between 1971 and 1973.

DiNatale also pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a female victim.

Now 65, DiNatale was sentenced to two years jail on each count in the County Court on May 29, 2008, with an effective sentence of eight months.

Judge Wendy Wilmoth suspended 17 months of the jail term for two years, bringing the effective jail time down to 15 months.

DiNatale successfully appealed against his sentence in the Supreme Court the following September, with 26 months of his jail term being suspended.

He was released in November after six months in prison.

In May last year, Judge Wilmoth ordered that DiNatale pay each of his two victims $80,000 compensation for pain and suffering.

Mr Deleo is pleading not guilty to the charges.

 

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