A WOMAN found the job of trying to pay Kleenmaid’s creditors “so stressful she only lasted six weeks”, a prosecutor has told jurors.
Barrister Stephen Keim said Andrew Eric Young, accused of dishonestly getting a $13 million loan, was an “important” part of Kleenmaid businesses when the relevant firms were in dire straits.
Mr Keim delivered the second day of the Crown’s opening on Wednesday at the Maroochydore man’s trial.
Young, 64, is representing himself in Brisbane District Court.
He has pleaded not guilty to 19 fraud and insolvency trading charges.
Young was accused of dishonestly incurring debts, including when allegedly a director of Edis Service Logistics, Kleenmaid’s former spare parts arm.
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