Celebrity trainer whose ex boyfriend of Mongol’s bikini leader was shot after being released from prison says her former partner is a ‘nice guy’ with a ‘great soul’
- Janet ‘Aysen Unlu’ Campbell, 43, was charged with a violent home invasion
- Her ex-boyfriend Shane Bowden, 47, was jailed in 2015 for serious assault
- After his glitzy release from prison last month, Campbell claimed he was a nice person
- The fitness model also claimed that her beliefs ruined her career as a trainer
Janet ‘Aysen Unlu’ Campbell, 43, was charged with serious assault and theft in 2015
A Hollywood fitness trainer and model whose ex-bike companion boyfriend was shot after being released from prison described him as a “kind, generous man” with a “great soul.”
Mongolian bike boss Shane Bowden and ex-girlfriend Janet ‘Aysen Unlu’ Campbell, 43, were charged with serious assault and theft following a house invasion in South Yarra, Melbourne, in 2015.
The 47-year-old was released from prison last week after a five-year term in Loddon prison, and Campbell received an 18-month correction warrant for the community after a confession of guilt.
While the fitness model lost a tooth in the stoush where Bowden kicked one of the victims in the face and punched a man’s head over a drug debt, she claimed that her ex-partner is a good person.
“He would see me carry my groceries and come and help me – he’s a great soul,” Mrs. Campbell told Herald Sun..
“He was nice, generous, and a very good guy.”
While the fitness model lost a tooth in the pocket, she claimed that her former partner is a good person
Mongols Bikie Shane Bowden was released from the Loddon Prison near Castlemaine in Central Victoria last week
The mom of two – who says she worked with Britney Spears, Kim Kardashian, and Beyonce – denied knowing she knew Bowden was a sergeant-at-arms of the Australian branch of the infamous California gang when they met in 2014.
When she appeared in court after the incident, Campbell told the judge that she “ fell with the wrong people ” after returning to Melbourne from the United States that year.
“I spent my whole life dating the wrong man, and the domino effect destroyed my life,” she told the publication.
Campbell described her involvement in the home invasion as “stupidity.”
Campbell (pictured) was sentenced to an 18-month community correction for the home invasion
Bowden was a member of the Finks bikie cub when he shot Melbourne bikie Christopher Wayne Hudson during a scuffle at the Royal Pines Resort during a kickboxing tournament
A member of an outlaw motorcycle gang was arrested in a limousine after five years’ imprisonment for a violent home invasion
During the attack, Bowden burst into the house with a night vision goggle armed with a hunting knife, demanding cash from the terrified residents.
The pair were dressed in camouflage and hid behind a tree less than a mile from the house when they were arrested by police.
Campbell admitted to beating a man with a key in self-defense and has maintained that she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
“Part of me has died since that incident. It traumatized me and destroyed my career. ‘
Campbell is pictured with boxing champion Manny Pacquiao who has won 12 major world titles
Campbell admitted that in self-defense he punched a man with a key and maintained that she was in the wrong place at the wrong time
Bowden left prison last month with a gang of gang members in a sprawling limousine, but was shot and injured 15 days later in a drive-by shooting in a driveway in Melbourne near Epping.
Bullets from the brutal attack hit Bowden in his lower body, but police say the two men involved are still on the run.
“Detectives from the Echo Taskforce are investigating because the victim is linked to the Mongolian outlaw motorcycle gang,” said a police spokesman.
“Detectives are still working on determining the motive for the shooting and who is responsible.”
Bowden was treated on site by ambulance crew and later taken to hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.
An entourage of Mongol gang members traveled an hour and a half from Mebourne to meet senior member Shane Bowden in the limousine
A convoy of motorcycles accompanied the white limousine from prison