Georgia Marney, 18, of New Addington, smashed the window of a car and started brawling with Taryn Price, 20, kicking her mother Tracey in the head when she tried to separate them on October 5 last year.And guess who’s awaiting trial for it?
The mother and daughter were visiting Taryn’s boyfriend Jason Stevens, who had lost his 17-year-old sister in a car accident in August.
The trio spotted Marney walking down Cudham Drive. She has been banned from the road pending a court case this year.But they couldn’t just leave. Of course.
The women decided to leave and told Jason to return to the house.
Tracey Price told Croydon Youth Court that as she was driving towards Marney she shouted at her out the window of her car.*sigh*
She said: “I said ‘What the hell are you doing here, you are not supposed to be here’.
“I did call her a murderer, which I should not have done. She was shouting rubbish at us, f-ing and blinding.”
She said: “Taryn told me to lock the doors and call the police.Pure class!
[Georgia] punched the window three times and on the third time it shattered.”
She said it cost £120 to fix the damage.
Taryn told magistrates she jumped out the car to protect her mother, whom she feared Marney would punch.
She said: “We grabbed each other’s hair and started fighting on the floor.”
Marney denied kicking Tracey Price, claiming she was attacked by the pair, and said she did not know how the car window got smashed.Will that be before or after her other trial comes up?
Magistrates found Marney guilty of assault and damaging the car.
She is due to be sentenced in April.