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Sarah Budge appeared in the NSW District Court on Wednesday as the trial continued and offered photographers a rare smile as she fought the wild wind and rain that flooded Sydney

Losing her poker face! John Ibrahim's model girlfriend smiles for the first time in THREE WEEKS as the wild weather forces her umbrella inside out before she is mocked at her gun ownership process

  • Sarah Budge has argued not guilty of three gun possession accusations
  • She fought against winds and rain on Wednesday to appear in the NSW court
  • Prosecutors claim that she knew that a stolen, illegible gun was hidden in her possession
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John Ibrahim's model girlfriend braved the wild weather in Sydney when she went to court on Wednesday to fight the allegations of possession of weapons.

Sarah Budge, a 29-year-old model and restorer who has dated Ibrahim since 2013, is guilty of three allegations of possession of weapons.

A stolen, illegible Glock 26 gun and loaded magazine were found by federal police in August 2017 when they raided a number of properties, including Budge's Double Bay unit and the cliff of Mr. Heights on Ibrahim's. House.

She smiled at photographers as she fought the wind and rain to curb her umbrella, which was forced inside out by gusts of wind.

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Sarah Budge appeared in the NSW District Court on Wednesday as the trial continued and offered photographers a rare smile as she fought the wild wind and rain that flooded Sydney

Sarah Budge appeared in the NSW District Court on Wednesday as the trial continued and offered photographers a rare smile as she fought the wild wind and rain that flooded Sydney

Budge arrived on the NSW District Court on Wednesday when wild victories and rain hit Sydney

Budge arrived on the NSW District Court on Wednesday when wild victories and rain hit Sydney

She smiled rarely when photographers caught her as she walked into the court

She smiled rarely when photographers caught her as she walked into the court

Budge arrived on the NSW District Court on Wednesday when wild victories and rain hit Sydney

Once inside, a prosecutor offered & # 39; more plausible & # 39; locations to hide a gun, arguing that the girlfriend of the former owner of Kings Cross nightclub, John Ibrahim, must have known that there was a gun and ammunition in her bedroom.

She maintained her innocence throughout the trial and claimed that she had no knowledge of the gun on her property.

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Prosecutor Christopher Taylor told jury members that Budge tried to pull their eyes over the eyes by claiming she had no idea that the items were hidden in a teapot box at the bottom of her bedroom wardrobe.

He invited the jury to think about where they would hide a stolen gun, with solutions such as burial in a can in a national park.

Sydney nightclub boss John Ibrahim (photo) reportedly told his girlfriend that he knew the gun was in her house, but said he would tell her no further information, she claimed

Sydney nightclub boss John Ibrahim (photo) reportedly told his girlfriend that he knew the gun was in her house, but said he would tell her no further information, she claimed

Sydney nightclub boss John Ibrahim (photo) reportedly told his girlfriend that he knew the gun was in her house, but said he would tell her no further information, she claimed

The 29-year-old model and restaurateur has been dating from Ibrahim since 2013 and pleaded not guilty of three gun ownership charges

The 29-year-old model and restaurateur has been dating from Ibrahim since 2013 and pleaded not guilty of three gun ownership charges

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The 29-year-old model and restaurateur has been dating from Ibrahim since 2013 and pleaded not guilty of three gun ownership charges

Even if they had decided that burglary into their partner's flat was a good idea, the gun could be hidden behind the refrigerator or in the toilet reservoir, he said.

& # 39; Oh no, why not put it in a very obvious place? & # 39; he said Wednesday in his closing word.

& # 39; It is an insult to common sense that someone enters her apartment and places it at top level. & # 39;

Ibrahim has not been accused of the incident.

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Taylor said it wasn't Budge to prove how the gun got into the room, but said it was unbelievable that she didn't know.

By providing evidence in the NSW court on Tuesday, Budge said she was very upset after she was arrested and spent the night in jail before being released on bail

By providing evidence in the NSW court on Tuesday, Budge said she was very upset after she was arrested and spent the night in jail before being released on bail

By providing evidence in the NSW court on Tuesday, Budge said she was very upset after she was arrested and spent the night in jail before being released on bail

He characterized her as an untrue witness & # 39; or at least unreliable & # 39; for how she answered a question about something that suggested that Ibrahim was related to weapons.

He said Budge might have thought of her boyfriend who physically held a gun in answering no, but she added that Ibrahim & # 39; anti-weapons & # 39; and referred to his memoirs.

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In the memoir, the author claims that he could not decide if he wanted to take his hand off his gun to give hands to corrupt agent Roger Rogerson when the couple met.

& # 39; It's an unforgettable story, right? & # 39; Mr. Taylor told the jury.

The process continues.

Budge said her friend told her it was best for her that she didn't know and had repeated this in arguments they had had over the years

Budge said her friend told her it was best for her that she didn't know and had repeated this in arguments they had had over the years

Budge said her friend told her it was best for her that she didn't know and had repeated this in arguments they had had over the years

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