BATHURST radio personality Janeen Hosemans has been ordered to work 150 hours unpaid for the community as an alternative to a nine-month gaol sentence following her conviction for social security fraud.
Hosemans was last month found guilty following a two-day hearing of receiving a financial advantage from a Commonwealth entity between January and December 2006. She returned to Bathurst Local Court yesterday to be sentenced by magistrate Thomas Hodgson, who remarked on “a sad matter before the court because of difficulties [Hosemans] experienced in her personal life”. Source and full article available here [link=]Western Advocate[/link]