Enraged mum allegedly drives her BMW into her husband and his ‘mistress’ before getting out of the luxury car and punching the ‘moll’
- Wife allegedly drove BMW into partner and his suspected mistress in Brisbane
- Christie Lee Kennedy saw pair on street before driving into them, court heard
- Her partner David Larkin and Zowie Noring suffered suspected pelvic fractures
- Kennedy was granted bail and must live with her parents on the Sunshine Coast
A mother-of-two allegedly ran over a her husband of nine years and a woman she believed was his mistress with her BMW.
Christie Lee Kennedy, 36, spotted the pair standing on Bagot Street at Wavell Heights, Brisbane‘s northern suburbs, on March 19.
Police allege she then drove the BMW into David Larkin and Zowie Noring before getting out of the car and punching his suspected mistress and calling her a ‘moll’.
Mr Larkin and Ms Noring suffered suspected pelvic fractures and Mr Larkin also had a dislocated finger.
Christie Lee Kennedy, 36, allegedly spotted the pair at Bagot Street at Wavell Heights, Brisbane’s northern suburbs, on March 19
Defence lawyer Kristie Bell told the court the couple had made plans to seek counselling in a bid to reconcile their marriage
Ms Kennedy was charged with unlawfully striking Mr Larkin and Ms Noring with a vehicle, with intention to do grievous bodily harm, and faced court on March 20.
Defence lawyer Kristie Bell told the court the couple made plans to seek counselling to reconcile their marriage, the Courier Mail reported.
They have been in a relationship for 14 years and married for nine.
Mr Larkin told his wife that he would pick up the couple’s children on the day of the incident, the court heard.
Ms Bell said her client was urged by a friend to find her husband and that she responded when she discovered him with his suspected mistress.
Magistrate Anne Thacker said the defendant has no criminal history and she was ‘living in a stable relationship that’s now broken down.’
She granted Ms Kennedy bail on condition she steered clear of Ms Noring and Mr Larkin and his workplace, lives with parents at their Sunshine Coast home, and reports to police once a week.
Ms Kennedy will face court again on April 19.
Magistrate Anne Thacker said the defendant has no criminal history and that she had been ‘living in a stable relationship that’s now broken down’