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Newcastle woman wanted on outstanding warrant has unflattering mugshot shared to Facebook

Police post a photo of a wanted woman, 23, on Facebook with a VERY unflattering mugshot – but she fires back and says ‘it’s a bad angle’ and she ‘doesn’t always look trailer trash’

  • Tiffany-Anne Brislane is wanted on warrant issued by Newcastle Local Court 
  • Police shared their ‘most recent image of her’ and are seeking help to find her
  • The 23-year-old came across the Facebook post and fired back at police
  • She took to her personal Facebook page and uploaded an ‘actual pic of me’ 

A wanted woman has hit back at police for posting an unflattering mugshot of her on Facebook.

Officers shared the ‘most recent image’ they had of Tiffany-Anne Brislane, 23, who is being hunted by Newcastle City Police for alleged stealing offences.  

She is known to frequent suburbs of Newcastle, north of Sydney, including Wallsend.  

Officers shared the ‘most recent image’ they had of Tiffany-Anne Brislane, 23, who is being hunted by Newcastle City Police for alleged stealing offences 

The mother-of-two came across the police's Facebook post and fired back at some of the comments  (pictured)

The mother-of-two came across the police’s Facebook post and fired back at some of the comments  (pictured)

The image from 2015 shows Brislane with her hair up in a bun, a confused look on her face and a tattoo on her collarbone which reads: ‘We don’t remember days, we remember moments.’

Police posted the image in the hope it garner information on her whereabouts.  

The mother-of-two came across the Facebook post and fired back in the comment section.

‘Loving the photo taken how many years ago. Let’s calm down on the comments guys it’s not everyday I look like trailer trash. Let’s just say it wasn’t a good angle,’ she commented.

Newcastle Police responded: ‘Probably time you walk into a police station before we find you.’

‘Thanks for the advice like I said youse [sic] will be seeing me bright and early Monday morning with my solicitor. Thanks guys,’ she fired back.

'Thanks for the advice like I said youse [sic] will be seeing me bright and early Monday morning with my solicitor. Thanks guys,' she once again responded

‘Thanks for the advice like I said youse [sic] will be seeing me bright and early Monday morning with my solicitor. Thanks guys,’ she once again responded

Brislane then took to her personal Facebook page where she uploaded an ‘actual pic of me’.

‘Here’s an actual pic of me. Let’s take the time to acknowledge this is not my current Newcastle police page photo they’ve decided to upload from 2015,’ she wrote. 

Some social media users lashed out at others for their comments. 

‘For Christ’s sake I pray none of you ever have a family member or friend in this situation because most of you are just plain downright nasty,’ one person wrote.

‘This is someones daughter, sister, loved one. Have a heart please.’  

Brislane took to her personal Facebook page where she uploaded an 'actual pic of me'

Brislane took to her personal Facebook page where she uploaded an ‘actual pic of me’

 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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