Aboriginal activist and serial cop attacker assaults a paramedic and calls white police officers ‘a dead breed’ in yet another foul-mouthed tirade
- Leilani Clarke hurled the ‘racially abusive remarks’ at officers on February 13
- The 21-year-old even called a white police officer a ‘n*****’
- The incident is part of a string of offences Clarke has done over 18 months
- She faced court on Monday, where she pleaded guilty to common assault
An Aboriginal activist called police ‘white motherf***ers’ and ‘dead breed dying motherf***ers’ before assaulting a paramedic.
Leilani Clarke, 21, also called a white officer a ‘n*****’ when she was found sitting in a gutter at a major intersection in Annandale in Sydney’s inner west at about 3am on February 13.
The serial offender, who was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, pushed a paramedic in the chest, causing her to fall backwards.
The incident is the latest of a string of offences Clarke has committed in over an 18-month period, which include kneeing another officer in the testicles and spitting at police when she was caught stealing a chicken curry from a 7-Eleven at Marrickville.
Leilani Clarke (pictured), 21, hurled the ‘racially abusive remarks’ and at one point called a white officer a ‘n*****’ when she was found sitting in a gutter at a major intersection
Clarke is pictured outside the Downing Centre Local Court last year when she avoided jail after assaulting police
She pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of common assault at Downing Centre Local Court.
Magistrate Carolyn Huntsman withdrew a charge of obstructing or hindering an ambulance officer by an act of violence.
She will face court again next month for sentencing over one count of common assault, news.com.au reported.
In the latest incident, Clarke was slurring her words and gave police an incoherent answer then they asked her to name the date, day of the week or month.
She then unleashed her foul-mouthed tirade after walking towards the officers, raising her arms in ‘physical confrontation’ and was eventually handcuffed.
Police said Ambulance crews arrived at the scene and officers attempted to help her up into a vehicle, but she used her height to stop her body from fitting inside.
Clarke yelled at the female paramedic who tried to treat her saying, ‘Oh no, you don’t get to touch me’ and pushed her in the chest, causing her to fall, police facts state.
The serial offender, who was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, pushinged a paramedic in the chest, causing her to fall backwards
In June, Clarke was arrested in Chippendale, in Sydney’s inner-suburbs after she allegedly damaged the side panel of a taxi driver’s car.
When police arrived at the scene, she allegedly attacked the female arresting officer.
The young activist from Bankstown appeared at Parramatta Bail Court where was later released on bail.
Last year, she pleaded guilty to spitting on police officers three times in less than 12 months.
She walked free from Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court in November without a conviction for assaulting police.
Clark has also include kneed another officer in the testicles and spat at police when she was caught stealing a $7 chicken curry from a 7-Eleven
In April last year Clarke pleaded guilty in Queensland’s Hervey Bay Magistrates Court to assaulting and obstructing police, drug possession and being a public nuisance.
In March she assaulted a paramedic and screamed ‘F*** you, white dogs’ after being found asleep outside a shop in Annandale about 4am.
While being restrained in an ambulance she spat on a police officer’s forearm.
And in January last year Clarke attacked police and security guards in a Hervey Bay nightclub while dunk, later telling a female officer ‘F*** off you s**t’.
Clarke claims to suffer from self-diagnosed ‘transgenerational trauma’ passed down through the indigenous part of her DNA.
Clarke is a member of the Butchulla indigenous community on Queensland’s Fraser Coast and has previously aspired to organising a festival of her culture
Clarke claims to suffer from self-diagnosed ‘transgenerational trauma’ passed down through the indigenous part of her DNA