An outlandish dancer who hurled a potion during a face of Neighbours star Scott McGregor in a Gold Coast frame bar has been found guilty of assault.
Danielle “Ivy” Lee picked adult a potion “in a fit of rage” and threw it during McGregor after a written squabble during Surfers Paradise bar in April.
The potion crushed into his face during a Hollywood Showgirls bar causing a tiny cut, that indispensable 3 stitches.
Lee, 25, was in Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday perplexing to kick a assign of attack occasioning corporeal harm.
She hold behind tears as she told a justice McGregor verbally abused her after she approached him in a club.
She claimed McGregor told her he was there for a night out with friends before revelation her to “f*** off”.
“He said: ‘F*** off we unwashed slut. You are a square of shit. we would never take someone as unwashed as you’,” she told a court.
“He said: ‘I am improved than that. we am improved than you. F*** off’.”
Lee pronounced she had “no idea” who McGregor was and felt “utterly degraded”.
“I attempted to travel divided from a situation. we was so dissapoint and insane and we felt so horrible,” she said.
Lee pronounced McGregor allegedly continued to scream abuse as she walked away. She pronounced that was a “last straw”. She picked adult a potion intending to chuck a contents, though instead threw a potion during a actor’s head.
“I was so mad that someone had abused me like that. we was so upset, harm and angry, though we never meant to harm anyone,” she said.
Security footage played to a justice on Tuesday shows Lee looking during a actor as he binds his draining mouth though she creates no pierce to assistance him.
The initial day of a two-day hearing was hold in August, when a Melbourne-based actor denied verbally abusing Lee and insisted she was a invader in a exchange.
Magistrate Mark Howden on Tuesday found McGregor’s justification to be evasive, and that he had verbally angry Lee.
But Mr Howden pronounced Lee’s greeting was “disproportionate” to a corruption and found her guilty before releasing her on a $1000 good poise bond.
No self-assurance was available and she was systematic to compensate $80 for McGregor’s medical costs.