Mercedes mother who was caught driving away from the police at a speed of 232 km / h has AVO filed against her by ex
Sydney’s glamorous Mercedes mother, who was caught driving away from the police at a speed of 232 km / h, has AVO arrested against her by her ex-husband in bitter family feud
- A woman named ‘Mercedes Mum’ had an AVO filed against her by an ex-husband
- 29-year-old Margarita Tomovska was jailed in 2019 for a quick police chase in 2018
- Tomovska was released on parole in February before Tony Soloman submitted the AVO in July
- Mother-of-one will appear before the Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday
A mother who was in prison after leading the police in a 232 km / h chase had an AVO taken against her by her ex-husband.
Margarita Tomovska, who calls herself ‘Mercedes Mum’ online, was released on parole in February after she was sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment for the lead police in Wollongong, NSW, for a 230 km / h chase with an unrestrained three-year-old back seat .
Now, five months after her release, Tomovska’s ex-husband Tony Solomon has signed an AVO against her.
Five months after parole from leading police in a chase reaching speeds of 232 km / h, Margarita Tomovska’s mother’s mother filed an AVO against her in Sydney
Tomovska will appear before the Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday.
Mr Solomon’s comment does not indicate any criminal error by Tomovska, The Daily Telegraph reported.
The mother of one was jailed for 18 months in late 2019 before being released on parole in February.
During her conviction, Judge Andrew Haesler shortened her non-parole from nine months to four months, despite the fact that she “did not deserve”.
Tomovska was jailed after leading the police during the chase in her 2018 Mercedes AMG (pictured), before being locked up in late 2019 and released on parole in February
“That crime was so serious that I don’t believe the community would appreciate or understand that such leniency is being extended and frankly it is not deserved,” said Judge Haesler, The Daily Telegraph reported.
“That said, the purpose of conviction can be served by both the non-parole period and the main penalty.”
In November, Tomovska unsuccessfully requested the completion of her sentence under house arrest.
After her parole, the young mother told her social media followers that she plans to write a book about her experience in prison.
The mother of one (photo) will face the Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday, where police will attempt to beat her with her ex-husband’s AVO