Sharobeem ICAC inquiry ends in tears

July 13, 2017

Eman Sharobeem (centre) arrives to the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption last month.

An inquiry into whether Eman Sharobeem rorted more than $600,000 from NSW charities has ended with the former charity boss distraught in the witness box.

Ms Sharobeem, who denies siphoning hundreds of thousands of dollars from two organisations she managed, broke down during questioning on the last day of the Independent Commission Against Corruption inquiry.

"You can try and tarnish my reputation (but) my work is known, my work is shown ... you cannot take this away from me until the grave," the 54-year-old shouted on Thursday when pressed as to why her organisation had paid for a series of personal bills between 2014 and 2015.

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