Gangland widow’s kidnap arrest

The 50-year-old widow of slain Melbourne crime boss, Carl Williams, allegedly told a male producing her designed existence TV series, “I’m a f***ing godmother, c**t.”

Ryan Naumenko was afterwards allegedly hold during gunpoint, bashed and strangled with an electrical cord.

Melbourne Magistrates Court listened Ms Williams allegedly told Mr Naumenko, “You’re propitious we didn’t kill your dog children and didn’t put a hole in your dog head.”

She afterwards allegedly trashed a military talk room when being questioned by military who, she claims, taunted her about her late drug trainer husband, who was killed in jail in 2010.

The purported distress began for Mr Naumenko when he was asked to accommodate others concerned in a existence TV uncover about Ms Williams he was producing.

He arrived during a Cloakroom Media officer in Melbourne’s inner-city Collingwood, and after entering allegedly had a doors sealed behind him.

Met by Ms William’s co-accused Daniel De Silva, 36, Mr Naumenko was allegedly told, “Righto Ryan, you’re f***ed”, before dual other group pounded him, a justice heard.

Police detain Roberta Williams during her home in Strathmore, Melbourne.

Police detain Roberta Williams during her home in Strathmore, Melbourne.Source:Supplied

Roberta Williams with her gangland drug trainer husband, Carl Williams, who was murdered in Barwon Prison.

Roberta Williams with her gangland drug trainer husband, Carl Williams, who was murdered in Barwon Prison.Source:News Limited

Police lay Ms Williams afterwards attempted to suppress Mr Naumenko with an electrical cord, saying, “Kill a c**t, he has no money.”

It is serve purported Mr Naumenko was afterwards forced to pointer over his mother’s automobile and have his sister send money.

Ms Williams also allegedly threatened Mr Naumenko that if he refused to palm over income he would be indicted of raping an 18-year-old woman.

Victoria Police’s rascal and coercion patrol arrested Ms Williams and 3 group in Melbourne on Wednesday.

When she seemed in Melbourne Magistrates Court, her counsel described a allegations as “fabricated rubbish”.

Theo Alexander, for Ms Williams, told a justice Mr Naumenko had a 28-page prolonged rapist record and purported he had sent Instagram messages melancholy Ms Williams with violence.

Mr Alexander review out one summary sent to a third celebration that alleges Mr Naumenko wrote, “I fantasised about immersion her home with bullets … she’s attempted to f**k me over.”

Roberta Williams leaves Melbourne Magistrates Court after being postulated bail on Aug 7. Picture: James Ross/AAP

Roberta Williams leaves Melbourne Magistrates Court after being postulated bail on Aug 7. Picture: James Ross/AAPSource:AAP

Carl Williams with his daughter Dhakota. Picture: Instagram

Carl Williams with his daughter Dhakota. Picture: InstagramSource:Supplied

In Jun this year, Ms Williams and a daughter she had with gangland trainer Carl, Dhakota, set adult a GoFundMe page seeking for $50,000 to make a TV array featuring a dual of them.

“The aim of this radio array is to uncover a nation what it’s like to be Roberta Williams,” a GoFundMe page read.

“Carl Williams, one of a many absolute underworld total in new Australian story … his black genocide in jail impacted their whole family.”

Roberta and Dhakota Williams fell on tough times after a bankrupted widow mislaid a justice conflict to stop a Australian Tax Office offered a family home to settle a debt left by her drug trafficker father-in-law, George Williams.

The page pronounced it envisioned a uncover as a cranky between US existence hits Mob Wives and Keeping Up With The Kardashians and would be “like zero Australia has ever seen”.

The page pronounced a income would “go toward prolongation costs, camera crews, permits to film, striking design, graduation and several other expenses”.

The documentary would atmosphere within a year.

Magistrate Robert Kumar postulated Ms Williams $10,000 self bail to caring for her autistic son, with a curfew and other conditions.

candace.sutton@news.com.au