Sabine McNeill’s application to amend her bail conditions was heard at Southwark Crown Court this morning. The application was refused, and Sabine will remain in prison until her trial, which is currently set to start in November.
Despite herculean efforts by various Hoaxtead mobsters to assemble a massive throng to support their friend, turnout was by all accounts fairly spotty. Attendees included Belinda, Mary Rooney, and a couple of unknown individuals. Jake Clarke was not present.
However, as the judge was making her verdict, Tracey Morris and two friends burst into the courtroom.
Tracey yelled, “DON’T WORRY, SABINE, WE’LL GET YOU OUT!” before turning and fleeing before she could be removed. She could be heard in the hallway outside, still shouting for a few seconds. Onlookers speculate that she might have been keen to avoid a confrontation with Belinda, and so made herself scarce.
She has since posted the following on her Facebook page:
We have received no news regarding Sabine’s legal team, and highly doubt Tracey’s version of events.
We do wonder, however, whether she and her friends intend to make an appearance in Hempstead. If so, she could be in for a bit of a shock.