Karen Ristevski’s stepson has gone on yet another vile rant following the alleged murder of the Melbourne mum.
Anthony Rickard claimed a family member who told him he 'wouldn't amount to anything' when he was 12-years-old was a 'f*****g maggot'.
Continuing with the bizarre status update, he called out other family members for being 'f****** fake dogs.'
It is not known what sparked the shocking accusations, however this isn’t the first time since Karen went missing on June 29 following an argument with her husband, Borce, that the alleged ice addict has spewed abuse on social media.
Urging his stepmother’s killer to come forward following the discovery of her body in bush land near Mount Macedon in February, Anthony wrote:
'As much as u have hurt me Karen I would never wish any harm to you,' he wrote.
'God bless u Karen I forgive u for all the pain.'
In another Facebook comment, Mr Rickard said: 'All that I've done I'm sorry for all you have done to me I forgive I wish u were living it up overseas ur the only person who showed me true love and will always have a place for u in my heart u were my one true soulmate xxx rest in piece Karen.'
Anthony also made shock claims that he had been having an affair with his stepmother and they had plans to run away together.
Mr Rickard has also heavily criticised his father, Karen’s husband, on Facebook and called him a coward - stating that his father watched him do drugs and ‘allowed Karen to continue her fantasy of leaving u (sic) to run away with me’.
The fashion boutique owner’s body was found wedged between two logs after nine months of extensive police investigations, near where a local man claimed he saw two people resembling Borce and his brother, Vasko, in the days after she vanished.
Borce has been named by his lawyer, Rob Stary, as the chief suspect in his wife's disappearance; although there is no suggestion Borce or his brother Vasko have any connection to Karen’s death. No arrests have been made and no charges have been laid.
This article first published by New Idea.