Scorned ex-girlfriend is charged after ‘driving her car into the front of her former lover’s house’ with her five-year-old daughter in the backseat
- Lauren Williamson has been charged over a crash at a home at Sydenham, VIC
- Ms Williamson drove to her former lover’s home to collect her belongings
- She honked the horn before she allegedly drove it into the back of a parked car
- The impact drove the immobile car crashing through the lounge room wall
A woman has been charged after a car barreled into her former lover’s house and left parts of it completely destroyed.
Lauren Williamson allegedly slammed into a car parked in the driveway at her former lover’s Banghoo Court home at Sydenham, Melbourne early Monday morning while her five-year-old daughter sat patiently in the backseat.
The 33-year-old initially intended to collect some of her belongings from Nitin Madri’s place, 9 News reported.
Before she pulled into his driveway, Ms Williamson beeped the horn to get her former lover’s attention.
She then allegedly slammed her car into the back of the parked Subaru and sent it crashing through the front wall of the house.
Lauren Williamson (pictured) allegedly slammed into a car parked in the driveway at her former lover’s Banghoo Court home at Sydenham, Melbourne early Monday morning
‘I was in shock. There was no vibration or anything, it was just like tearing paper,’ Mr Madri said.
A gaping hole was left in the wall of the lounge room and broken bricks and shattered glass carpeting the floor.
The total damage has been tallied up to $100,000.
Mr Madri’s 6-year-old daughter usually sleeps in the room, however she was not home at the time of the crash.
The shocked homeowner linked the crash to the couple’s breakup and told reporters that he had moved on.
‘She can’t move on. She doesn’t want to let go.’
Nitin Madri (pictured) linked the crash to the couple’s breakup and told reporters that he had moved on
The mother-of-three told police she had suffered a stroke in the past, and that her foot occasionally turned numb.
She claimed the lingering side effect caused her to drive into the back of the Subaru.
Ms Williamson had five outstanding warrants prior to the crash.
She was charged with two counts of reckless conduct endangering serious injury, careless driving and property damage.
She was denied bail at court this afternoon.
She then allegedly slammed her car into the back of the parked Subaru and sent it crashing through the front wall of the house
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