& # 39; Egg girl & # 39 ;, 24, accused of attacking Scott Morrison in a women's election, arrives at the court to stop charges
- Amber Holt looked down when she arrived at the local court in Albury on Monday
- The 24-year-old wore a completely gray outfit and was seen with a male companion
- She is confronted with mistreatment for allegedly holding Scott Morrison hostage at an election rally
- She is also confronted with cannabis charges after the police found her
The woman accused of Scott Jordan at the election of a Country Women & # 39; s Association election has arrived at the court to stop charges.
Amber Holt, 24, appeared in a gritty way when she was seen on Monday morning at Albury Court House in New South Wales.
Holt was accused of a general attack after throwing an egg on the prime minister's head during the CWA demonstration in Albury on 7 May.
Amber Holt, 24, appeared in a gritty way when she was seen on Monday morning at Albury Court House in New South Wales
Holt arrived at the court with a male companion collapsing, with a gray sweater and checkered pants and without her notorious red beanie
Holt did not burst out laughing when she arrived at the court, dressed in a striped gray sweater with checkered pants, flanked by a male companion.
She is also responsible for possession of cannabis after police have found marijuana against her after the incident.
Holt was released on strict conditional bail after the alleged scam, with legal documents that said: & # 39; You must not do any of the following to Scott Morrison … attack or threaten him & # 39 ;.
Holt is confronted with general abuse after allegedly throwing an egg into the prime minister's head during the CWA rally in Albury during the election campaign on 7 May.
The incident came just weeks after 17-year-old Will Connolly, fondly known as Egg Boy, smashed an egg in Senator Fraser Anning in response to his Islamophobic remarks about the Christchurch massacre.
After allegedly beating him on the head, Holt ran away while holding half a dozen eggs and saying to journalists, "He deserves it, he actually deserves much worse."
After the incident, Holt told reporters that the egging & # 39; speaks for itself & # 39; and that & # 39; he (Mr. Morrison) deserves & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Have you seen his video on Manus Island? & # 39; she asked.
She seemed to be talking about a video of Mr Morrison that she posted on Facebook last year.
Holt is also charged with possession of cannabis after police officers reportedly found marijuana against her after the incident, pictured: Amber Holt outside of Albury's CWA immediately after the incident
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