The pregnant British woman arrested with Gypsy Family & # 39; in New Zealand says she has surrendered blood
A pregnant British woman in the center of the Gypsy Saga who seizes New Zealand says she has surrendered blood since she was locked up because she had stolen four cans of Red Bull.
Tina Marie Cash, who is seven months pregnant, claims to have been placed in a cell with a violent criminal after being arrested earlier this week.
& # 39; I was in a cell with a woman who had 13 years of armed robbery. I told her what I wanted and she burst out laughing, "Mrs Cash told Saturday Mail to Daily Mail Australia.
A pregnant British woman in the center of the Gypsy Saga who seizes New Zealand says she has given blood since she was locked up because she had stolen four cans of Red Bull
Since their arrival in New Zealand last week, the family has caught the attention of the country, starting with a nu-viral video on a beach in Auckland
& # 39; I only pleaded guilty so that I could pay a $ 55 fine and leave, otherwise they would keep me in for two weeks and deport me. & # 39;
Cash claims that she has surrendered blood since her arrest, and family patriarch James Johnson says he no longer has heart medication, but both say they are too scared to go to the doctor.
Ms. Cash, who last week pleaded guilty of stealing four red bulls in Hamilton Court, on the North Island of New Zealand, claims that the family has been treated with no respect.
& # 39; When people come to the UK, they have rights & # 39 ;, she said. & # 39; What are our rights here? We do not have one, "she said.
Since their arrival in New Zealand last week, the family has caught the attention of the country, starting with a nu-viral video in which a child in the group is threatening to raise the head of the local population on a beach in Auckland.
Tina Marie Cash, who is seven months pregnant, claims to have been placed in a cell with a violent criminal after being arrested earlier this week
The now-viral video saw a child in the group threatening to crush the local population of a beach in Auckland
The family now says they are inundated with death threats, sexist lies and claim that a $ 5,000 premium has been placed on the head of their 18-year-old son.
Now, Mr. Johnson has claimed that the clip was completely taken out of context and that his own family were the real victims.
& # 39; We had to flee for our lives, "he told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; Our seven year old grandson was hit on the beach. We asked & # 39; can you stop hitting him and pressing him against the tree & # 39 ;, and they called us all kinds of names and threatened us.
& # 39; That's why we could not get the mess. & # 39;
The group also refuted accusations that they are connected to a powerful British crime family. By adding these claims, they are even more at risk with the call to have them attacked by local gangs.
The woman, 55, was captured with a 15-year-old girl in the small town of Levin, 90 km north of Wellington, on Saturday morning
Although the family had previously suggested that they had no access to a car, the group saw a black vehicle with seven seats
The matriarch also claimed that her family had been harassed by ordinary people, who had taken pictures of the group out of their cars, cried racist lies and laughed at them
The establishments where British tourists reportedly complained about their behavior during their stay in New Zealand
Mr. Johnson said that since reports of the supposed stealing and littering of the family began to get traction, they had to go into hiding.
& # 39; Two days in this country we have hidden in the mountains, everything, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; We have been tortured. We have not done anything wrong. & # 39;
Mr. Johnson said that his family & # 39; a year & # 39; had spared to come to New Zealand, and their holidays were ruined by white New Zealanders.
While the threats against the controversial family persist, the matriarch, who is not mentioned, says she can not sleep because she is too scared to close her eyes.
One family member said that his family & # 39; a year & # 39; had saved to come to New Zealand, and their vacation was destroyed by white New Zealanders
The family claims to be & # 39; hidden in the mountains & # 39; north of Wellington since the media storm began
The woman, 55, was jailed Saturday morning with a 15-year-old girl in the small town of Levin, 90 km north of Wellington.
Although the family had previously suggested that they had no access to a car, the group saw a black vehicle with seven seats.
The matriarch also claimed that her family had been harassed by ordinary people who had taken pictures of the group from their cars, called racial lies, and massacred them.
& # 39; I am very scared, frankly, & # 39; she said.
She claims that she & # 39; never in her life & # 39; a restaurant has arrived without paying.
I am a grandmother, I have many grandchildren & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; I'm not going to get food without paying for it. I'm not going to make myself that low.
& # 39; If I do not have the money, I would not go to that restaurant. I would not go to a store if I did not have the money to pay for something I wanted.
I've never done it in England, I will not come here to do it. & # 39;
Her comments came after Auckland theme park Spookers admitted that they were going too far & # 39; in placing a video in which two zombies attacked Mr. Johnson, killing him with the boy & # 39; and & # 39; time to go home & # 39 ;.