Drunk hairdresser, 21, attacks her nemesis in the bedroom cat fight after four-year rivalry hits the breaking point
- Tahlia Milojevic was drunk when she arrived at Jayde Vanderzwan’s house
- The 21-year-old took the victim’s phone and fought with her in a bedroom
- The women were engaged in a four-year rivalry before the cat fight
- Milojevic had previously lost her job to COVID-19 and was struggling with alcohol
A bitter feud between a drunken hairdresser and her arch-enemy has ended in a catfight in the bedroom.
21-year-old Tahlia Milojevic was drunk when she turned up at 8:00 PM on December 16 last year at Jayde Vanderzwan’s house in Wyong on the central coast of New South Wales.
The pair had been rival for four years since Milojevic’s younger sister Tamara had a dispute with Mrs. Vanderzwan’s younger sister, Brooke in 2016.
Milojevic then jumped in to defend her sibling and since then there has been hostility between the women.
Tahlia Milojevic (photo), 21, was drunk when she showed up to Jayde Vanderzwan last year
Wyong Local Court heard on Tuesday evening that one of the victim’s housemates ran in on the night of the attack, shouting ‘Tahlia is here’ and ‘Tahlia wants to fight you’, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Vanderzwan replied, “I’m not going forward, tell her to go, I don’t want anything to do with her,” and called Triple-0.
The housemate went to talk to Milojevic before going back in, but the perpetrator followed her inside.
When Milojevic realized that Mrs. Vanderzwan was on the phone with the police in her bedroom, she snatched the iPhone 8 from her hand – causing both women to fall to the floor.
“They were rolling. The perpetrator touched the victim’s face with her hands. The victim felt a punch to her nose and forehead. This physical altercation lasted about 30 seconds, “the court heard.
A male housemate appreciated the couple apart and carried Milojevic outside, where she hit the iPhone on the road and jumped into a car with two friends.
The pair had been engaged in a four-year rivalry since 2016. Pictured: Tahlia Milojevic
Milojevic was arrested and taken to Wyong police station where she refused to be interviewed
Vanderzwan used another phone to call the police before the perpetrator returned and called her enemy out.
Milojevic was arrested and taken to Wyong Police Station where she refused to be interviewed.
She was charged with entering a building to commit a criminal offense, a common attack and deliberately destroying Mrs. Vanderzwan’s phone.
While Milojevic pleaded guilty to all crimes, the court heard that she lost her apprenticeship as a result of COVID-19 and struggled with binge drinking.
The woman was arrested again while drunk on May 22 at 10:50 pm.
Milojevic pleaded guilty to all crimes, the court heard that she lost her internship due to COVID-19 and struggled with binge drinking
The court heard that she beat violently and swore at officers as they went to arrest her.
She was charged with opposition to arrest and was found to have 1.06 g of cocaine – and pleaded guilty to both crimes.
Milojevic was released on parole for nine months without a conviction for resisting arrest and drug possession.
But Magistrate Elizabeth Ellis condemned her to enter Mrs. Vanderzwan’s address with the intention of committing a crime, a common attack, intimidation, and deliberately destroying her property.
She was released on parole under supervision for 18 months and had to stop taking drugs and alcohol.