Angry mommy, 36, trying to mistreat & ex-boyfriend with her car & # 39; before she bumps into a house
- A woman crashed into a house in southern Adelaide after trying to hit her ex
- The Huntfield Heights wife is in custody and has received multiple charges
- No one was injured in the crash and she sees herself in court on Monday
A woman is in custody after allegedly trying to mow down her ex-boyfriend in her car before bumping into a house.
The man, known only as Duke, missed out on the site at Grazing Avenue, in Morphett, in the south of Adelaide on Sunday morning around 5:00 am after the car left.
The police arrested the woman after fleeing the scene and later confirmed that the crash was not an accident.
Duke, who has two children with the wife of seven and nine, said he was forced to jump out of the way of the car.
& # 39; I don't understand & # 39 ;, he said The advertiser.
The woman reportedly tried to persuade her ex-boyfriend on Grazing Avenue (photo) in southern Adelaide
Duke said he had visited a friend on site.
& # 39; I'm glad my kids weren't in the car, so that's all I'm happy about, & # 39; he said.
Two people were reportedly asleep when the car plowed into the bedroom.
Neighbors also heard the commotion and said there was a series of loud bangs.
& # 39; We just heard the car … going back and forth, I think, and shrieking and popping and banging, & # 39; said a neighbor.
The woman from Huntfield Heights received numerous charges, including actions to endanger life, property, and other traffic violations.
The suspect is expected to be denied bail.
The 36-year-old will appear on Christies Beach Magistrates Court on Monday.
The police arrested the 36-year-old and accused her of several offenses, including acts to endanger life, property damage and other traffic violations (file image)
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