Teenage fronts accused of posting a series of disturbing Snapchat videos showing a bloodied father, 57, being attacked in a park
- Casey Holmes appeared Tuesday at the local court in Wollongong, south of Sydney
- The 18-year-old is accused of attacking father Brad Quirk, 57, last month
- Allegedly she shared videos & # 39; s from Mr Quirk & # 39; s bloody face with Snapchat
A teenager has been brought to justice after allegedly posting a series of Snapchat videos showing a bloodied 57-year-old father.
Casey Holmes appeared Tuesday at Wollongong Local Court, south of Sydney, accused of attacking Brad Quirk on Saturday, September 28.
A series of her Snapchat videos & # 39; s was shared on social media, allegedly showing the 18-year-old laugh about the injuries she had inflicted on Mr. Quirk at William Woodward Park near the Thirroul train station.
Casey Holmes (center) appeared Tuesday at Wollongong Local Court, south of Sydney, for alleged mistreatment of Brad Quirk on Saturday, September 28
A series of her Snapchat videos & # 39; s was shared on social media, which reportedly showed the 18-year-old laugh at the alleged injuries she had inflicted on Mr. Quirk (photo) in William Woodward Park near the train station of Thirroul
They went viral on Facebook in the aftermath of the alleged attack and Holmes was charged with assault with personal injury and injuries on October 1.
Mr. Quirk, who is without glasses and has blood on his face, stumbles into the images.
In the video, a woman speaks to the camera and says: & # 39; This is quite random, but I made this *** because he was looking at me & # 39 ;.
She says to the alleged victim: & Can I take a picture of your face? See, it's bleeding, that's mine. & # 39;
The police claim in court that the victim was sitting on a bench in the park around 8.45 pm when Holmes attacked him and watched her friend.
The Holmes case was briefly mentioned on Tuesday morning, but was postponed to November.
The 18-year-old, who has not yet submitted a plea, accused the media of & # 39; intimidation & # 39; when leaving the court, the Illawarra Star reported.
Mr. Quirk's daughter previously told Ellyce to Daily Mail Australia that the incident was an alleged & # 39; random attack & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; My father is okay, thank goodness, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; He has wounds and eyebrows and a bruised eye. He also has painful ribs, but he's fine. & # 39;
Ellyce said her father & # 39; hardly & # 39; can see without his glasses and that his vision would have been blurred during the alleged exchange of words.
& # 39; Everyone who knows my father knows how harmless he is, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I'm so upset that they can do this to a 57-year-old man, let alone anyone. & # 39;
The videos went viral on Facebook in the aftermath of the alleged attack and Holmes was accused of assault with personal injury and destruction on October 1
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