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A woman accused of robbing an ex-boyfriend has been granted bail for a fourth time, after the court heard she was a vulnerable and inexperienced woman.
Aboriginal woman, 36, is charged with armed robbery and assault occasioning actual bodily harm while carrying a weapon.
She was remanded into custxo카지노ody and will appear again in the Hunter Valley Local Court on June 9.
The 35-year-old alleged victim, also of Aussie, claimed the pair, who were dating for two years, were arguing outside their property in July 2013.
Ms Browning told the court she had thrown her purse at Ms Evans’ head and a knife was on her bedside table.
After the alleged incident, the complainant said he started to fall apart and became emotionally unstable and went to hospital, which he was discharged from.
He returned to his apartment and was found to have stab wounds and bruises to his neck, back, chest and groin.
The woman later claimed Mr Evans had a knife in his bedroom, and Ms Evans refused to accept the woman was armed.
Ms Browning then allegedly drove to Ms Evans’ home, locked the door and went into the apartment alone.
She alleg카지노톡edly began attacking her and tried to steal a cellphone from inside the apartment.
She then fled the apartment, leaving the phone in the car.
At this point she was confronted by the property manager.
The woman admitted she had assaulted Ms Evans, but told him she had just finished a fight with her boyfriend and he was “just on his own”.
The property manager had spoken to the owner of the apartment and the woman told him she had been drinking in the building before she went to work and left the building.
At the time of the alleged assault she said it did not feel right.
After questioning Ms Browning Ms Evans said the knife attack was her fault.
Ms Browning said she has admitted she didn’t have control of the attack as it happened on her own.
Mr Evans did not attend the hearing today and is free on $15,000 bail.
He has also been granted bail, meaning he could return to court on the same date he entered his jail conditions, although there has been no formal release order.
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