Let's kill it then: the disgusting threat of the boyfriend before he smashed his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach – avoiding the prison for the gruesome attack and being fined $ 1000
- Man who threatened to kill his girlfriend's unborn child released on conditional release
- Brenton James Reilly pleaded guilty of charges in Gladstone Magistrates Court
- Court heard that he also pulled the hair of his girlfriend and struck her in quarrel
- He ordered convictions against him and ordered to pay $ 1000 to the victim
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
A man who smacked his pregnant girlfriend into the stomach and made a shocking threat to kill their unborn child was released.
Brenton James Reilly appeared last week at Gladstone Magistrates Court on the central coast of Queensland, where he pleaded guilty to mistreating physical injuries, a common attack and violating domestic violence.
The court heard that Reilly was grabbing and stealing his girlfriend, slaying her, and creating a frightening threat to murder their unborn child during an argument about images on his phone in September 2017, reported the Gladstone Observer.
Brenton James Reilly (piictured) pleaded guilty to mistreating bodily injury, common assault and violation of domestic violence
The court heard the woman telling him during the attack that she was' ashamed & # 39; was to get his child.
Reilly replied: "Let's kill it then. & # 39;
The court was told that Reilly was trying to beat the woman in the stomach and said: "Look what you let me do & # 39 ;.
The court also heard that during a separate argument with the wife at his house Boyne Island in February last year, Reilly went & # 39; right on her face ;, said he hated her and bit her arm, the publication reported .
Police prosecutor, Senior Constable Balan Selvadurai described Reilly's behavior as & # 39; frightening & # 39; and ordered that he be condemned to a stint behind bars.
The court heard that Brenton James Reilly (photo) grabbed his girlfriend by the hair, hit her and threatened to kill their unborn child
Reilly's lawyer Jun Pepito told the court that his client had received the bipolar diagnosis and "came to the realization that he has problems he needs to deal with" The Gladstone Observer reported.
Magistrate Philippa Beckinsale took into account Reilly's good character references when she sentenced him to six months' imprisonment with immediate release of paroles and convictions registered against him.
Reilly was also instructed to pay a compensation of $ 1000 to the victim.
Brenton James Reilly (photo) was released on release when he appeared in court last week