& # 39; I don't want to talk about it! & # 39; Woman who attacked a pensioner is confronted on TV

& # 39; I don't want to talk about it! & # 39; Moment woman who has attacked a pensioner at a bus stop is confronted on TV – while her victim speaks out

  • Cori Glencross, 23, is said to have attacked Judith Green, 75, at a bus stop in April
  • She reportedly pulled her hair, pulled her to the ground, and kicked her twice
  • Reporter Tineka Everaardt confronted Mrs. Glencross to get her perspective
  • The 23-year-old said: & # 39; I don't want to talk about it & # 39; after being questioned

A woman allegedly filmed by attacking an elderly pensioner and throwing her to the ground has come across on television.

Cori Glencross, 23, is said to have attacked Judith Green, 75, while waiting for a bus stop at the Market Square shopping mall in Geelong, Victoria in April.

She would be Mrs. Walker's. Green hit a trash can, pulled her hair, pulled her to the floor, and kicked her twice in footage captured by a shocked spectator.

Months later, An ongoing case reporter Tineka Everaardt confronted Mrs. Glencross hoping & # 39; her side of the story & # 39; to get.

& # 39; I don't want to talk, & # 39; said Glencross.

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Months later, A Current Affair reporter Tineka Everaardt (left) confronted Mrs. Glencross (right) hoping & # 39; her side of the story & # 39; to get

Months later, A Current Affair reporter Tineka Everaardt (left) confronted Mrs. Glencross (right) hoping & # 39; her side of the story & # 39; to get

Cori Glencross, 23, is said to have attacked Judith Green, 75, while waiting for a bus stop at the Market Square Shopping Center in Geelong, Victoria in April

Cori Glencross, 23, is said to have attacked Judith Green, 75, while waiting for a bus stop at the Market Square Shopping Center in Geelong, Victoria in April

Cori Glencross, 23, is said to have attacked Judith Green, 75, while waiting for a bus stop at the Market Square Shopping Center in Geelong, Victoria in April

Mrs. Glencross appeared in the Magistrates Court of Geelong via a video link following the incident.

She has been accused of massacre, unlawful abuse, kicking abuse and committing retribution while on bail.

The 23-year-old also faces two additional costs, including deliberately causing injuries and reckless injury.

& # 39; I just wanted to talk to you about what happened that day to get your side of the story, & # 39; Everaardt said to Glencross.

& # 39; Oh, the lady? I don't want to talk about it, & she said.

When Mrs. Everaardt asked why she didn't want to open, she simply replied: & # 39; Because I just don't want to talk about it. & # 39;

Mrs. Green remembered the frightening incident while she waited at the bus stop.

& # 39; She picked me up like a doll and threw me on the floor & # 39 ;, she said 9News.

& # 39; She looked like Hercules.

& # 39; I have a bruised face and eye and a hand that was still very bruised. & # 39;

She is said to have smashed Green's walker into a trash can, pulled her hair, pulled her to the ground, and kicked her twice in footage captured by a spectator.

She is said to have smashed Green's walker into a trash can, pulled her hair, pulled her to the ground, and kicked her twice in footage captured by a spectator.

She is said to have smashed Green's walker into a trash can, pulled her hair, pulled her to the ground, and kicked her twice in footage captured by a spectator.

In the video a bystander could be heard who said & # 39; she's just an old lady & # 39 ;.

Mrs. Glencross would have stood over the older lady until a third woman had sent her away.

Another member of the audience was seen offering his hand to the older lady to help her from the ground.

Glencross represented herself during a bail where she claimed that she had an epileptic seizure at the time and had no control over her body.

Senior Constable Shannon Thompson told the court that Glencross claimed in her police interview that she was acting in self-defense and that the victim had threatened her with a needle.

A witness to the incident, Caitlyn Brooks, told Daily Mail Australia that Mrs. Glencross told the older woman that it wasn't nice to smile & # 39; before she came to her.

Snr. Const. Thompson told the court that it was a & # 39; orchestrated and premeditated & # 39; used to be.

An elderly woman who uses a walker for mobility assistance has remembered the moment when she was reportedly attacked outside a shopping mall (photo: Judith Green)

An elderly woman who uses a walker for mobility assistance has remembered the moment when she was reportedly attacked outside a shopping mall (photo: Judith Green)

An elderly woman who uses a walker for mobility assistance has remembered the moment when she was reportedly attacked outside a shopping mall (photo: Judith Green)

Glencross represented herself during a bail where she claimed that she had an epileptic seizure at the time and had no control over her body

Glencross represented herself during a bail where she claimed that she had an epileptic seizure at the time and had no control over her body

Glencross represented herself during a bail where she claimed that she had an epileptic seizure at the time and had no control over her body

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