More charges for QLD science chief
Suspended Queensland chief scientist Suzanne Miller has been charged with 31 additional fraud offences.
Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) alleges she spent over $30,000 on a government corporate credit card for personal items.
Professor Miller is expected to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court to face fraud offences this month.
Professor Miller was stood aside after she was charged with fraud by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) in July 2017.
She also faces a charge of “uttering” relating to the alleged use of a forged immigration letter.
She is currently not allowed to attend the museum or contact past or present museum staff, board members, employees of the Corporate Administration Agency, or contact any witnesses or potential witnesses.