Gibson accumulated of $420,000 wealth through the sale of her cookbook and app; The Whole Pantry. In which she falsely claimed her brain cancer was cured through alternative therapies and nutrition. Though she had promised she would make $300,000 in charity donations, she only donated $10,000.
She made headlines in 2015 when she confessed to the Australian Women's Weekly that her claims that she had cancer and had been cured by natural remedies were all false.
“No. None of it’s true,” she said. “I am still jumping between what I think I know and what is reality. I have lived it and I’m not really there yet.”
Justice Mortimer was not convinced that Gibson was acting unconscionably. "She may have had other psychological or psychiatric issues," the ruling said.
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