A mother who was jailed after leading police on a 232km/h chase has an AVO taken out against her by her ex-husband.
Margarita Tomovska, who calls herself ‘Mercedes Mum’ online, was released on parole in February after being sentenced to 18 months jail for leading police in Wollongong, NSW, on a 230km/hr chase with an unrestrained three-year-old in the back seat.
Now, five months after her releaseTomovska’s ex-husband Tony Solomon has taken out an AVO against her.
Five months after being released on parole for leading police on a pursuit that reached speeds of 232km/h Sydney mother Margarita Tomovska’s ex husband has filed an AVO against her
Tomovska will appear before the Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday.
The submission by Mr Solomon does not indicate any criminal wrong doing by Tomovska, The Daily Telegraph reported.
The mother-of-one was jailed for 18 months in late 2019 before being paroled in February.
During her sentencing Judge Andrew Haesler reduced her nine month non-parole period to four months, despite saying it was ‘not deserved’.
Tomovska was jailed after leading police on the high-speed chase in her Mercedes AMG (pictured) in 2018 before being jailed in late 2019 and paroled in February
‘So serious was that crime that I do not believe the community would appreciate or understand such leniency being extended and frankly, it is not deserved,’ Judge Haesler said, The Daily Telegraph reported.
‘That said the purpose of sentencing can be served by both the non-parole period and the head sentence.’
In November Tomovska unsuccessfully appealed for her sentence to be completed under house arrest.
After her release on parole the young mother told her social media followers she intends to write a book about her experience in jail.
The mother-of-one (pictured) will face the Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday where police will attempt to slap her with the AVO from her ex-husband