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Gangland widow Roberta Williams faces a court in Melbourne with plans to move amid allegations she has kidnapped and threatened to kill a reality TV producer

Gangland widow Roberta Williams arrives at the court with her boyfriend from the dog trainer after being accused of threatening to kill a reality TV producer

  • Gangland widow Roberta Williams stood before the court asking permission to move
  • Williams, 50, is currently on bail for allegations that she was involved in kidnapping
  • She is said to have kidnapped and threatened a reality TV producer
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Gangland widow Roberta Williams stood in court and asked permission to move to a new house.

The 50-year-old mother is currently on bail amid allegations she has kidnapped and threatened to kill a reality TV producer who helped her make a show based on her life.

Williams attended the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday for a brief administrative hearing to change her address, according to her bail conditions, after being released last month to care for her autistic son.

She appeared in court next to her current partner, a dog trainer who put his arm around her and agreed again to remain William's surety.

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If she misses a future lawsuit, her partner loses the $ 10,000 he has posted on her behalf.

Gangland widow Roberta Williams faces a court in Melbourne with plans to move amid allegations she has kidnapped and threatened to kill a reality TV producer

Gangland widow Roberta Williams faces a court in Melbourne with plans to move amid allegations she has kidnapped and threatened to kill a reality TV producer

Williams, 50, attended the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday for a brief administrative hearing to change her address

Williams, 50, attended the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday for a brief administrative hearing to change her address

Williams, 50, attended the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday for a brief administrative hearing to change her address

Magistrate Charlie Rozencwajg Williams granted her request, which was not opposed by police officers.

The widow of the murdered underworld figure Carl Williams is confronted with several serious criminal accusations related to the production of a reality TV show about her life.

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With a turtleneck, gray tartan pants, white sneakers and a Louis Vuitton bag, Williams told her lawyer that she did not need changes to her other strict bail conditions.

The widow of the murdered underworld figure Carl Williams is confronted with several serious criminal accusations related to the production of a reality TV program about her life

The widow of the murdered underworld figure Carl Williams is confronted with several serious criminal accusations related to the production of a reality TV program about her life

The widow of the murdered underworld figure Carl Williams is confronted with several serious criminal accusations related to the production of a reality TV program about her life

With a turtleneck, gray tartan pants, white sneakers and a Louis Vuitton bag, Williams told her lawyer that she did not need changes to her other strict bail conditions

With a turtleneck, gray tartan pants, white sneakers and a Louis Vuitton bag, Williams told her lawyer that she did not need changes to her other strict bail conditions

With a turtleneck, gray tartan pants, white sneakers and a Louis Vuitton bag, Williams told her lawyer that she did not need changes to her other strict bail conditions

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Last month she received bail to take care of her eight-year-old autistic son Giuseppe – who she had with Rob Carpenter. He needs care around the clock.

She must live at the same address, report to the police on a daily basis, abide by a curfew, not deal with her co-accused, and not contact witnesses.

Williams' new address details were not revealed in court on Monday.

Williams was arrested in a house in Strathmore, but released on bail to look after her son, who has autism

Williams was arrested in a house in Strathmore, but released on bail to look after her son, who has autism

Williams was arrested in a house in Strathmore, but released on bail to look after her son, who has autism

It is claimed that Williams and other men, including James Harrison and Jake Sexton, producer Ryan Naumenko (photo) kicked, beaten and tied with a power cable at Collingwood
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It is claimed that Williams and other men, including James Harrison and Jake Sexton, producer Ryan Naumenko (photo) kicked, beaten and tied with a power cable at Collingwood

It is claimed that Williams and other men, including James Harrison and Jake Sexton, producer Ryan Naumenko (photo) kicked, beaten and tied with a power cable at Collingwood

It is claimed that Williams and other men, including James Harrison and Jake Sexton, kicked producer Ryan Naumenko on July 9, beaten and tied with a power cable.

Williams was arrested a month later in a house in Strathmore.

She and Dhakota, the daughter she shared with Carl, previously lived in his family's home in Essendon until they were deported in September 2018.

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In December, she failed to block the Australian tax office from auctioning the house in an attempt to pay off a nearly $ 1 million debt from Carl & # 39; s father.

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