Wellbeing and health entrepreneur Belle Gibson will reportedly not face charges after police dropped an investigation into her business empire.
Officers visited Ms Gibson’s home in early March, but News Corp reports Victoria Police have decided not proceed further.
Ms Gibson, 23, shot to online fame after she claimed to be beating terminal brain cancer through her nutrition program.
Her recipe and lifestyle app The Whole Pantry was released in August 2013 and solicited donations from 200,000 people in the name of at least five charities.
She also launched a spin-off cookbook, with her business ventures believed to have netted more than $1 million.
Doubts began to emerge when it was claimed none of the charities had received the money raised.
Ms Gibson’s initial cancer diagnosis was also called into question, with close friends expressing their doubts to Australian media outlets.
As doubts swirled over her health, Ms Gibson was evasive over whether she was actually diagnosed with cancer of the brain, spleen, uterus, liver and blood.
“It’s hard to talk about it,” she told News Corp in March.
“I would say that it was more of a misdiagnosis than completely fictional.”