Sabine McNeill was arrested early this afternoon at her home in South Hampstead on 4 March, according to sources.
While we have been unable to fully confirm details, Sabine’s friend John Graham, aka “Butlincat”, stated earlier this evening,
Sabine Mcneil (sic) has been arrested again and will be held in Islington Police Station until tomorrow morning where she will appear at court (not sure which one yet possibly Southwark) on charges of breaking bail conditions. She allegedly called a charity that bail conditions forbade her to do as there was prosecution witness or witness’s (sic) there. Her solicitor knows and spoke to one of the 4 policemen involved. They took her away tag and all.
Butlincat does not specify the source of this information, but judging from previous blog posts it would appear to have came from Belinda McKenzie.
Sabine was remanded in custody in early December 2017, with a bail bond of £20,000 set. Belinda McKenzie managed to “crowd-fund” the amount, and since then Sabine has been living under increasingly restrictive bail conditions.
Sabine was last in court on 26 February 2018, where she was charged with another violation of her lifetime restraining order, in addition to the 19 charges currently outstanding.
She pleaded guilty to the 20th charge, and was spared prison but was placed under “house arrest” with an electronic tag and a curfew which allowed her to leave her home between midnight and 6 a.m. each day.
The restraining order was made in July 2016, at the conclusion of Sabine and Neelu’s trial for conspiring to intimidate witnesses. That trial ended in a verdict of not guilty, but the judge deemed it necessary to issue the restraining order to prevent further harassment of various individuals.
We will publish updates as they become available.
Updated at 11:22 p.m.: