Read the disgusting texts jilted man sent to his long-suffering wife after attacking her with EGGS when she rejected his attempts to patch things up on their anniversary
- A magistrate slammed a Bondi man for ‘abusive’ and ‘controlling’ behaviour
- James Lee Robinson, 50, was sentenced in a Sydney court on Wednesday
- Court heard he threw carton of eggs at estranged wife after she rejected him
An abusive husband attacked his wife by throwing eggs at her because she would take him back, then sent her more than 100 abusive messages.
James Lee Robinson, 50, from Bondi, and his estranged wife of four years agreed to meet on February 28, their anniversary, but she backed out on the day.
Instead, he let himself into her Randwick home with flowers and groceries with the intention of making her lunch and was waiting when she returned home.
A Bondi man has been sentenced for assaulting his estranged partner by throwing eggs at her (stock image)
This did not go down well with his estranged wife, who demand he leave when she found him inside, Waverley Local Court in Sydney heard.
Despite repeatedly being told to leave and the woman yelling to neighbours to call the police, he began searching the house claiming she was hiding another person, reports The Daily Telegraph.
She called police herself after locking him out of the flat, and when they arrived they found the victim covered in broken eggs and visibly shaken, though uninjured.
Officers took Robinson to Maroubra police station where he was served with a restraining order barring him from any contact with the woman.
However, he disregarded the order and sent her more than 100 WhatsApp messages over the next month – which Magistrate Carolyn Huntsman labelled ‘abusive, disgusting’ and an attempt to control her.
A mock up of messages the man sent to the woman labelled as ‘disgusting’ by a court
‘You like moving the goal posts don’t you c*** where are they now f**k ya, you low dog,’ one message read, according to court documents.
‘Your not even a b**** because a dog knows its master wouldn’t just dump him and let him go out in the cold on his god damn birthday (sic),’ another read.
Robinson was charged with assault, contravening a restraining order, and using a carriage service to menace or harass.
For the egg assault and disregarding the restraining order, he was slapped with a three year Community Corrections Order which includes a ban on drugs and alcohol.
He was also fined $400 for breaking into the woman’s flat.
The magistrate also issued a three-year Commonwealth Recognisance Order for using a carriage service to menace or harass.
The man was slapped with a three year Community Corrections Order in Waverley Local Court