The Black Widow assassin, Robyn Lindholm, smiled and blew kisses when she was sentenced to spend another nine years in prison for the murder of her actual partner.
The former stripper, 46, was found guilty in September of murdering her ex-fiancé George Templeton and was sentenced to 28 years in prison on Thursday.
Lindholm had been serving 21 years for the ruthless murder of another man in 2013.
Robyn Lindholm arrives Thursday at the Supreme Court of Victoria in Melbourne. She must have been in jail for 30 years before she is eligible for conditional release for two shocking murders.
Robyn Lindholm was known as Colette when she became nude at bars in Melbourne. She had lived a charmed childhood, but there was a darkness in her that was brutally revealed
The police released a photo of George Templeton in 2005 when he & # 39; went missing & # 39; became. His partner Robyn Lindholm set up a display that was worthy of a Logie
She will now have to serve another nine years before she is eligible for conditional release at the age of 71.
If Lindholm worried about the sentence, she would show it in a funny way.
Dressed in black, the ruthless murderer bounced in the dock of the Supreme Court of Victoria in Melbourne.
She smiled, laughed and waved at her parents in court, who were just behind the family of the man she had ordered dead.
Upon hearing the sentence, Mr. Templeton's family seemed to nod approvingly.
They looked at Lindholm as she smiled and blew kisses as they were removed from court to begin her sentence.
Although the punishment can afford some closure, the court heard that they would only really be free if they found out where Mr. Templeton's body was dumped.
Justice Christopher Beale condemned Lindholm for not revealing where his body was hidden or how he met his demise.
Owner Hawthorn gym Wayne Amey had been involved in a property dispute with Robyn Lindholm about a farm they had in Bittern, southeast of Melbourne, when she decided he had to die
Robyn Jane Lindholm pleaded guilty to murdering Wayne Amey in 2015. She was later tried for the murder of another former lover
Templeton was 38 on May 2, 2005 when he disappeared from the reservoir house, in the north of Melbourne, which he shared with Lindholm and his teenage son.
Templeton was a standover man named George Teazis.
Lindholm had had a volatile, six-year relationship with the former mercenary who had worked hard to continue straight.
But she also did it with another guy on the side by the name of Wayne Amey, also known as & # 39; Batman & # 39 ;.
The couple decided that Templeton should go.
The police claimed that they had chosen a night that they knew would honor the death of his father so that he would not suspect a threatening cheating.
On the night he was about to disappear, witnesses claimed he was happy and lovingly kissed Lindholm's wound after burning her hand.
The jury heard that Lindholm made sure he was plastered drunk and probably helped him along with some sleeping pills.
When she came up with a reason to leave, Amey – possibly assisted by some friends – attacked Templeton on the couch.
Investigators believe he was thrown away at sea.
When Templeton disappeared, Lindholm set up a display for the television cameras & # 39; s worthy of a Logie nomination.
Crown prosecutor Ray Gibson, QC, alleged that Templeton was in control of Lindholm.
& # 39; There were arguments, he inhibited her freedom considerably. George was suspicious about her. He was mentioned in derogatory terms by the suspect. She called him the plastic gangster who was going nowhere, & he said.
& # 39; More importantly, he stood in her way to pursue her relationship with the fit, sexy, leather pants with Amey. & # 39;
Robyn Lindholm has sent several of her lovers and is considered an evil serial killer. She is depicted as she entered the Victoria Supreme Court where she was sentenced to stay behind bars for at least 30 years.
The police admitted months after Templeton disappeared that he might not want to be found, but was deeply concerned that he had not used his cell phone or bank accounts and had been looking forward to a prepaid Queensland vacation with Lindholm.
The police had long suspected that he had been murdered by Amey on behalf of Lindholm, but the case went cold when the Missing Person's Squad of Victoria Police was dissolved.
And Amey wouldn't live long enough to go into her.
His body was found in December 2013 in downtown Victoria, beaten and stabbed.
Torsten Trabert and John Anthony Ryan were later found guilty of his murder after Lindholm told the police that she had ordered him dead.
Trabert had also had a relationship with Lindholm.
A witness at that trial gave evidence that she heard someone from the trunk of a car driven by one of the men: & You don't have to go that far. I will do everything. & # 39;
After a bloody murder, the trio went to a country pub for a festive drink.
Like Templeton, Amey was the & # 39; white hot & # 39; been Lindholm's partner before it became ugly.
Robyn Lindholm boasted that she had been the girlfriend of Alphonse Gangitano (above) who was known as the & # 39; Black Prince of Lygon Street & # 39;
Alphonse Gangitano (center) was murdered in his own house in 1998 by Jason Moran. Gangitano had shot the little criminal Gregory John Workman, who caused the gangland war in Melbourne
Prosecutor Gavin Silbert SC labeled Lindholm a & # 39; femme fatale & # 39; who controlled men and who had been involved in an intense sexual relationship with Trabert, using large amounts of drugs.
& # 39; Mr. Trabert was in love with her. He left his wife and children, & Mr. 39 said. & # 39; He was involved in an intense sexual relationship with her. & # 39;
Police also believe that Lindholm may have been involved in the disappearance and murder of exotic dancer Shari Davison, 26, in 1995.
Lindholm worked under the professional name Collette at the same stripper agency, Simply Irresistible, as Davison before she went missing.
It is said that they were good friends.
Not long after she was gone, Lindholm became an item with another soon-to-be dead identity: Alphonse Gangitano.
Known as the & # 39; Black Prince or Lygon Street & # 39 ;, Gangitano is fingered as the man who started the infamous Underbelly War of Melbourne and was killed in 1998.
Although Lindholm had nothing to do with the downfall of Gangitano, a jury heard that she had ordered the murder of Amey because of a bitter dispute over a property they owned in Bittern, southeast of Melbourne.
Lindholm was angry, vengeful and bitter about breaking her relationship with him and losing the farm.
She had hoped to be able to live quietly for the rest of her life and to raise her Arabian horses on the property.
During her pre-sentence hearing it was revealed that there was no good reason for Lindholm to choose the bad path she had.
She told doctors that she & # 39; had the most wonderful upbringing and youth she could hope for & # 39 ;.
Lindholm had attended primary school Kilvington Baptist Girls Grammar and then Malvern Girls Secondary College where she completed her VCE in 1990.
She was a talented student and enrolled in a Bachelor of Science degree at Monash University.
She stopped after a year to follow a cattle breeding course at Box Hill TAFE.
As a teenager, Lindholm was a state and national skating champion and played in the Torvill & Dean show when he was in Australia.
She started riding at the age of 11 and received her first horse from her father a year later.
A hard worker, Lindholm was 23 when she purchased a 74-hectare farm in Glenhope, north of Melbourne.
But her life changed when she was hired as a barmaid and then as a hostess in the casino's exclusive Mahogany Room.
There she met the owner of a strip club, who would change the course of her life with a simple work offer.
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