The famous Instagram mother was found guilty after running away from officers on 223 km with her toddler

An Instagram-famous mother was found guilty after running away from the police at 223 km / h while her unrestrained three-year-old daughter was sitting in the back seat.

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Margarita Tomovska, 28, led officers on a frightening high-speed chase on the Princes Highway in Helensburgh, New South Wales, last November.

When she finally stopped after 10 kilometers, she and her wanted passenger Christopher King were arrested.

On Friday, the glamorous mother appeared at the local court in Wollongong, dressed in head-to-toe clothing.

Margarita Tomovska, 28, who puts on designer clothing from head to toe, appeared in the local court of Wollongong on Friday

Margarita Tomovska, 28, who puts on designer clothing from head to toe, appeared in the local court of Wollongong on Friday

The court heard that the police followed Tomovska's car after a tip that King would be the only one inside and could possibly have a gun on him.

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When she saw the police, she flew away before finally stopping.

After the chase, officers found Tomovska's unlimited three-year-old daughter in the back seat.

The girl was not injured, but she was in a state of emergency and officers had to help calm her down.

Before her appearance in court, Tomovska posted a picture of her pouting at the camera with the caption & # 39; biting face on for tomorrow & # 39 ;. Practice makes perfect to its 70,000 Instagram followers

Before her appearance in court, Tomovska posted a picture of her pouting at the camera with the caption & # 39; biting face on for tomorrow & # 39 ;. Practice makes perfect to its 70,000 Instagram followers

Before her appearance in court, Tomovska posted a picture of her pouting at the camera with the caption & # 39; biting face on for tomorrow & # 39 ;. Practice makes perfect to its 70,000 Instagram followers

During the chase on the Princes Highway on November 13, Tomovska reached speeds of over 200 km / h before stopping abruptly

During the chase on the Princes Highway on November 13, Tomovska reached speeds of over 200 km / h before stopping abruptly

During the chase on the Princes Highway on November 13, Tomovska reached speeds of over 200 km / h before stopping abruptly

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At that time, Senior Constable Grant talked to Mrs. Tomovska – and she admitted that what she had done was stupid.

Magistrate Susan McGowan brought that conversation to court, news.com.au reported.

& # 39; You could have killed (the girl), do you understand? & # 39; Sen. Con Grant told the 28-year-old.

Tomovska and the officer continued back and forth while defending themselves by saying & # 39; at least I gave up & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Do you know what happens when a body hits a stick at 200 km / h? … There is nothing left, & said Sen Con Grant.

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& # 39; OK, but at least it's a highway, & # 39; she answered.

Margarita Tomovska & # 39; s full conversation with the police after she was finally stopped

& # 39; You could have killed (the girl), do you understand? & # 39; Sen. Con Grant asked.

& # 39; I do, & # 39; Tomovska replied.

& # 39; About what? & # 39; he said.

& # 39; About nothing, & # 39; she said. & # 39; Nothing, stupidity, but at least I gave up. & # 39;

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& # 39; That was nice of you, & # 39; Sen. Con Grant replied. & # 39; You also left me … you left me, you did well.

& # 39; No, those cars & # 39; s do not run well, & # 39; said Tomovska.

& # 39; Yes, have you done driving courses or something like that before? & # 39;

& # 39; No, & # 39; Tomovska replied.

& # 39; Put down your foot? & # 39; Sen. Con Grant asked.

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& # 39; My buddy is highway patrol and he told, I took him for a spin and he said (the Mercedes) are like highway patrol, but on steroids that car & # 39; s … yes no chance if I went ahead, & # 39; said Tomovska.

& # 39; Just think, & # 39; said Sen Con Grant.

& # 39; It's not funny, & # 39; Tomovska replied.

& # 39; It's not funny, no it's not, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; I know it's not funny, I was just a stupid idiot, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Do you know what happens when a body hits a stick at 200 km / h? … There is nothing left, & said Sen Con Grant.

& # 39; OK, but at least it's a highway, & # 39; she answered.

Tomovska's lawyers tried to claim that she was forced by King to run away from the police, but the court found that this was not the case.

The police described King as a & # 39; potentially dangerous man & # 39; whose body was so large that officers needed two sets of handcuffs to stop him.

Magistrate McGowan told the court that she & # 39; speechless & # 39; was because of the excuse.

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& # 39; Clearly (Tomovska) the police could have told at a later date what happened … there were numerous occasions when they could tell the police that she was scared. She never mentioned it once.

& # 39; Would a reasonable person behave like she did with a little girl in the back of the car? I don't think they would do that. & # 39;

Tomovska's lawyers tried to claim that she was under pressure from her passenger to get away from the police, but the court found that this was not the case

Tomovska's lawyers tried to claim that she was under pressure from her passenger to get away from the police, but the court found that this was not the case

Tomovska's lawyers tried to claim that she was under pressure from her passenger to get away from the police, but the court found that this was not the case

Tomovska found guilty will return to court to be sentenced in October

Tomovska found guilty will return to court to be sentenced in October

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Tomovska found guilty will return to court to be sentenced in October

Tomovska claimed that her passenger, Christopher King, had told her to "cover up" & # 39; after he saw the police driving behind them

Tomovska claimed that her passenger, Christopher King, had told her to "cover up" & # 39; after he saw the police driving behind them

Tomovska claimed that her passenger, Christopher King, had told her to "cover up" & # 39; after he saw the police driving behind them

Police Sergeant Amelia Wall also did not purchase Tomovska's excuse.

Tomovska only knew King for a week when she drove him to Wollongong to meet a friend.

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Sergeant Wall asked Tomovska why she would drive all the way to Wollongong for a man she had met only a few times and had no intimate relationship, to which she replied: & # 39; I love driving, that's what I do & # 39; .

Sergeant Wall also wonders why Tomovska didn't tell the police that she was scared of King at the time.

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Tomovska said it was because he was right next to her, but Sergeant Wall also invalidated that claim that King was being handcuffed while the Tomovska was talking to officers at the front of the car.

Sergeant Wall also disputed that Tomovska claimed that King had told her to cover up & # 39; after he saw the police driving behind them.

She said that Tomovska has the words & # 39; floor in it & # 39; had not yet mentioned.

Tomovska was found guilty of leading police in a chase and returns to court to be sentenced in October.

The Versace wore a Versace dress and a black cape, walked out of the field and was driven away in the same Mercedes that she drove in her fast pursuit.

Before her appearance in court, Tomovska placed & # 39; # NotGuilty & # 39; and a picture of her pouting at the camera with the caption & # 39; resting bitch face up for tomorrow & # 39 ;. Practice makes perfect to its 70,000 Instagram followers.

In May of this year she used her platform to beg money to finance her lifestyle. She claimed harassment from Raptor, a New South Wales Police force focused on bikies and related criminal activities, preventing her from finding a job.

& # 39; I know you all don't know me, but I'm not really a bad person, & # 39; she wrote on a GoFundMe page.

Tomovska, 28, tried to raise $ 100,000 through donations because she claimed she was unable to keep full-time work

Tomovska, 28, tried to raise $ 100,000 through donations because she claimed she was unable to keep full-time work

Tomovska, 28, tried to raise $ 100,000 through donations because she claimed she was unable to keep full-time work

& # 39; These dogs are liers (sic) and have something against me for no reason, because I'm sure I'm not the only one.

& # 39; They have made it very difficult for me to keep a job because no one would hire me because of the nonsense ** of raptor and ACA together.

& # 39; So I made this GoFund for me to generate some support against the nonsense ** that they did to me and everyone else. It is time that we fight back. Enough is enough!

& # 39; Thank you in advance for your support. & # 39;

The mother-of-one encouraged followers to support her by sharing the link on her Instagram story.

Tomovska's car is new for around $ 260,000 and the Sutherland Shire woman regularly splashes thousands of designer clothes.

The mother of one is regularly depicted with luxury cars and dressed in designer outfits

The mother of one is regularly depicted with luxury cars and dressed in designer outfits

The mother of one is regularly depicted with luxury cars and dressed in designer outfits

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