William Tyrrell’s birth mother has been charged with stalking a woman and sharing intimate photos of her, two weeks after pleading guilty to seriously assaulting her boyfriend.
She is on bail and due in Hornsby Local Court in Sydney next month on charges of assault, stalking, using a transport service to threaten or harass and sharing an intimate image without consent.
The boyfriend, 32, has a two-year arrested assault warrant in place against her after he was assaulted at a bus stop last month.
But amidst the darkness, sources have confirmed that she is pregnant again – eight years after William disappeared.
Now aged 34, she pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and common assault on her boyfriend Brandon Jenkins.
It has been eight years since her biological son William, 3, disappeared while staying with his foster parents in the NSW Mid North Coast town of Kendall.
Williams’ disappearance is Australia’s most high-profile missing child case and despite several searches, including a high-intensity dig for his remains last November, no trace of the toddler or the Spider-Man suit he was wearing has been found.
William Tyrrell’s birth mother (over four years ago) pleaded guilty to assaulting her boyfriend and has now been charged with stalking a woman and allegedly sharing an intimate photo
She pleaded guilty to assaulting Brandon Jenkins at a Parramatta bus stop and received a corrections order and a two-year AVO
The birth mother of William Tyrrell (above), the toddler whose disappearance from his foster families in Kendall in 2014 has become Australia’s most enduring missing child mystery, has been charged with stalking
She appeared in Parramatta Local Court earlier this month and pleaded guilty to assaulting Mr Jenkins while the pair were at a bus station on Argyle St, Parramatta, on Friday 30 September 2022.
A two-year AVO taken out by police on behalf of Jenkins bans her from assaulting or threatening him, as well as from stalking, harassing or intimidating any person with whom he has a family relationship.
She is also prohibited from intentionally or recklessly destroying or damaging property or harming an animal in his possession.
She was sentenced to a community corrections order, which requires her to be of good behavior for 12 months, and she was warned she could be sentenced again if she is charged with another offense in the next year.
Four years ago, she was convicted of spitting on a female police officer after becoming enraged at the Top Ryde shopping center in Sydney’s northern suburbs.
Security guards in the shopping center had reported to the police that a woman had behaved aggressively and banded around other customers, including children.
According to police facts referred to in a court hearing, she became violent when an officer asked her why a child who was with her had marks on their legs, to which she replied ‘none of your *** case’.
She then spat in the face of another officer before saying that ‘Ryde coppers lost my son, you’.
Authorities have searched extensively for William Tyrrell (above, in his favorite fireman’s hat), but no trace of the boy or his SpiderMan suit has ever been found
William’s mother, then 29, held hands with a man as he went to court for sentencing in 2018 for spitting at a police officer
After pleading guilty, she appeared in court for her sentencing in the company of a mystery man.
Court documents obtained by Daily Mail Australia showed Williams’ mother has a criminal history that includes assaulting officers and civilians as well as resisting arrest, damaging property and breaching bail.
She wrote a letter stating that mental health issues were the cause of her erratic and violent behavior and that she had discovered that she suffered ‘from panic attacks which played a large part in my behaviour, but I make no excuses’ .
According to recent posts on her social media pages, she remains in contact with the biological father of William Tyrrell.
William Tyrrell’s birth mother pleaded guilty to assaulting her boyfriend and now faces further charges of stalking and harassing a woman and willfully distributing an intimate image without consent
Police are searching the Kendall home, which formerly belonged to William’s foster grandmother, where he was when he went missing while playing on the morning of September 12, 2014
Daily Mail Australia exclusively revealed in June this year that after eight years of torment and drug abuse, William’s father finally accepted that his boy was dead.
Two weeks out of rehab and living on a friend’s couch, he was determined to stay clean from drugs and turn his life around.
William Tyrrell disappeared while playing in his foster grandmother’s yard on the morning of September 12, 2014.
A $1 million reward is still being offered for information leading to his return or the recovery of his remains.
Police use an excavator to dig up along Batar Creek Road, Kendall in search of William Tyrrell’s mortal remains of those from his SpiderMan suit
William Tyrrell’s birth father (left, in June just out of rehab) and (right, with William) trying to get his life back together after years of substance abuse and trauma following his son’s mysterious disappearance
William Tyrrell was last seen playing in his foster grandmother’s farm south of Port Macquarie in 2014 and no trace of the missing boy has ever been found.