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Natasha Ryan was born on 1984. Discover Natasha Ryan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?
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Natasha Ryan Net Worth
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Ryan and Black married in 2008. It is believed that prior to their wedding, they signed another media deal with Woman's Day for exclusivity to the stories that were published before and after their wedding. During the wedding at Byfield, Queensland, there was strict security, with guests screened and strictly forbidden from taking any photos during the ceremony and reception. It was reported the wedding story deal with Woman's Day was worth $200,000.
There were reports that the deal Markson negotiated would bring in more than $200,000 for Ryan, prompting a discussion about the ethics of Ryan accepting the money when so much time, effort and money was spent on the search for her, and the police investigation. Rockhampton State Emergency Service volunteer Lyle Dobbs expressed his view that any profit Ryan gained from her interviews should go back to Queensland taxpayers who funded the search which came at significant cost to police and a lot of effort from SES volunteers. The contract was eventually produced in court proceedings in 2006, which confirmed that Ryan had been paid $120,000 for the interviews.
In 2006, Ryan was found guilty of causing a false police investigation and was fined $1000. Police prosecutor Terry Gardiner produced the $120,000 contract Ryan had signed with PBL as evidence of Ryan having means to pay back at least some of the $151,000 police investigation into her murder. However, Magistrate Annette Hennessy ruled that Ryan did not have the means to pay the costs of the investigation. In the same court proceedings, Black was further punished by being convicted, fined $3000 and ordered to pay $16,000 towards investigation costs.
Soon after being discovered alive, it became apparent that Ryan and Black would likely face criminal charges for their role in the false investigation into her murder. In 2005, Rockhampton District Court judge Grant Britton sentenced Black to a three-year jail sentence for perjury, which was suspended for twelve months after he pleaded guilty to telling investigating police officers that he did not know Ryan's whereabouts.
On 11 April 2003, during Leonard Fraser's murder trial in Brisbane, police prosecutor Paul Rutledge informed the court that Fraser was not guilty of the murder of Natasha Ryan. Ryan's father Robert said he almost collapsed when Rutledge made the announcement.
Police had raided a house in North Rockhampton on the night of 10 April 2003 and had found Natasha Ryan alive, hiding in a cupboard. It was discovered that Ryan had been living with her boyfriend Scott Black since disappearing on 31 August 1998. It was reported that for most of that time, Ryan had shared a house in Yeppoon, Queensland, but had moved back to Rockhampton after Black received a transfer with his milk delivery job. Ryan had been living in the Rockhampton house for six months prior to being found.
Despite the discovery that Natasha Ryan was still alive and the doubt it cast on the evidence which led to Fraser being charged with Ryan's murder, Fraser's defence counsel did not lodge an appeal for a mistrial, and the trial forged ahead. Ryan attended what had been her own murder trial on 30 April 2003 to answer questions. She told the court she had never met Leonard Fraser and did not know the witness who stated that she had been seen in the presence of Fraser before she went missing.
A jury eventually found Fraser guilty of the murders of Beverly Leggo and Sylvia Benedetti and guilty of the manslaughter of Julie Turner. He was sentenced to three indefinite prison terms on 13 June 2003. He died from natural causes on 1 January 2007.
60 Minutes sent reporter Tara Brown to Rockhampton to interview Ryan. Assuming Ryan's story was going to hand them a ratings-winning program, 60 Minutes held the broadcast until 20 April 2003 in an attempt to take viewers away from Network Ten's premiere of the third season of their ratings winner, Big Brother Australia. The strategy failed to work and Big Brother Australia won the battle with an average capital city audience of 2.2 million viewers, compared to the 1.7 million viewers 60 Minutes managed to attract.
In the month before she went missing, Ryan had already run away from home once, aided by her boyfriend Scott Black. In that incident, she was found after two days. Black faced Rockhampton Magistrates Court in November 1999, where he pleaded guilty to wilful obstruction of police after he had told officers that he did not know Ryan's whereabouts. But after she could not be located when she went missing the second time, Ryan's family eventually concluded that she was dead. They held a memorial service in Bundaberg, Queensland on her 17th birthday in 2001.
Natasha Ryan disappeared on 31 August 1998 after her mother dropped her off at school, and was subsequently reported as missing. An extensive and exhaustive search was undertaken for her and 3 other girls 2 years after her disappearance by police and local State Emergency Service volunteers as part of an investigation into a serial killer. Hopes of finding Ryan alive soon diminished and police concluded she had been murdered by Rockhampton serial killer Leonard Fraser, who was subsequently charged with Ryan's murder.
Natasha Anne Ryan (born 1984) is an Australian woman from Rockhampton, Queensland who went missing in 1998. Police assumed she had been murdered by the local serial killer. Ryan was discovered alive in 2003, almost five years after she went missing, during the trial of the man accused of her murder. Ryan had actually left home at 14 to be with her boyfriend, Scott Black. She was discovered in 2003 at the age of 18 living with Black. In 2008 they married and were reported to have three children.