20 Jun 2018

NightCap Village - Land-Share Litigation

American Health Gurus, Tyler and Don Tolman, Sell an Aussie Land-Share Scam.

By Gi Linda.

Don Tolman Promotes NightCap Village

"NightCap Village" is a dream on sale; but unseen behind the scenes is a suppressed story of lies, deception, broken trust, shattered dreams and pilfered bank accounts. 

"NightCap Village" is a beautiful dream of a self-sustaining, idyllic land-share community located at Mt Burrell, NSW, Australia, initiated in 2014 and headed by Adrian Brennock and Mark Darwin with Phillip Dixon. 

Tyler Tolman joined in 2016 to promote the dream. Any assumption  he was not informed that the venture had left 28 angry investors bereft of life savings would be incorrect.

Peter van Lieshout
Land Owner Peter van Lieshout
"NightCap Village" was "Mount Warning Eco Village" in 2016-17, and before that the venture was called "Bhula Bhula Community Village" in 2014-16, until the dream shattered for investors who paid for the property that Don and Tyler Tolman now aspire to include, along with the adjoining property owned by Peter van Lieshout, in a communitarian venture described as the "biggest holistic village in the world".

 May 2018, Tyler Tolman released a new promotion video on YouTube, saying he renamed his favourite spot "Tolman Ridge," where he and Don Tolman hope to build their dream-homes with magnificent views of Sphinx Rock and Mt Warning.

Tyler Tolman and Adrian Brennock celebrate
Spruiking the opportunity to cosy-up and stake a claim next-door to Don and Tyler on Tolman Ridge for only $250,000, Tyler Tolman is currently holding webinars and public events in major Australian Cities, inviting investment in the venture with assurances that the project is green-lit by his celebrity father, Don Tolman.

Marketing videos featuring Don and Tyler Tolman show images of the disputed property currently under litigation, with the implication that the property is intended to be part of the proposed NightCap Village of "6000 acres".

Adrian Brennock, Tyler Tolman, Oliver Baker
Nightcap Village Promotional Videos
Potential new investors lured by the life-change dream are not informed that the controllers of NightCap Village are involved in defamation litigation in Sydney Supreme Court, where, in 2017, Brennock, Darwin and Dixon failed in two attempted injunctions to have blogs by defrauded investors removed by court order.

Litigation in this matter has been ongoing since 2016, with false reports of earlier action in the Local Court published by Oliver Baker and Phillip Dixon, who are now subject to a cross-claim for false and malicious defamation made in marketing newsletters on behalf of "NightCap Village" and "Rainmaker Group".

Promoting the communitarian dream currently called "NightCap Village," Oliver Baker and Tyler Tolman also
Phillip Dixon - Company Director
forget to mention the class action in Brisbane Federal Court, case QUD 32/2018, with charges including fraud and fiduciary misconduct against Adrian Brennock, Mark Darwin and Phillip Dixon.

The class action is brought in a cross-claim in response to attempted sale of the "Bhula Bhula Community Village" property by Steven Staatz, Vincents' liquidator. An attempted phoenix move is in process to sell the land back to the controllers of the venture and defeat liabilities. 
See: Mt Warning Eco Village - Dreamweavers of Deception.

Mark Darwin - "Village Community" Founder and Marketing Manager
Mark Darwin "Village Community" Developer

In marketing material, Tyler Tolman and Oliver Baker make multiple false and misleading representations about the proposed project, currently called "NightCap Village"

They especially omit to name the  "founders, directors, developers and controllers" of the venture: Adrian Brennock, Mark Darwin and Phillip Dixon, who operate "Unconventional Business" as co-directors and shareholders in Rainmaker Group Holdings Pty Ltd, and co-directors, former directors and shareholders with Peter van Lieshout in NightCap Village Pty Ltd.

The dominion of evil, when masked by an attractive face and cloaked in an alluring vision, captures the ingenuous in a snare that is difficult to escape without suffering great hurt and harm.

Deception must have a lure that appeals to higher virtue.  The other side of the Janus face is not seen until too late.