Sara Huegill has shoplifting charges dropped

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SARA Huegill, spouse of former Olympic swimmer Geoff Huegill, has had a cost in opposition to her dropped as we speak, after she was accused of stealing a pair of $2500 leather-based pants from a Byron Bay boutique.

The previous publicist and mother-of-two was charged with shoplifting the pants from Australian label Bassike on Mom’s Day in Could, from Byron Bay’s Island Luxe retailer.

Police alleged Huegill was caught with the black pants stuffed in her purse after the shop’s supervisor adopted her down the road and flagged down two police places of work on horses.

However in Byron Bay Native Court docket as we speak the costs have been dropped on psychological well being grounds.

Mrs Huegill was photographed outdoors court docket carrying a long-sleeved black shirt and flared black trousers, together with her hair slicked again right into a low bun.

A earlier assertion from her lawyer Paul Hunt mentioned Mrs Huegill was affected by anxiousness and despair.

This clarification was additionally supplied up in response to accusations she had ripped off her PR shoppers.

“Over a time period Sara developed rising problem with anxiousness and despair which resulted in inattention to administrative issues akin to firm registration and Sara taking up extra work than she might handle,” the assertion mentioned.

“From late 2017 Sara turned unable to fulfil her obligations to the complete extent and shoppers turned sad, which sadly compounded the problems Sara is dealing with. Sara deeply regrets the circumstances and apologises unreservedly to her shoppers.

“Sara has supplied to make amends to shoppers, a few of whom have chosen to ventilate their grievances via a court docket course of, and others have approached the media. The place issues are earlier than the courts there isn’t a remark.

“As it is a matter of individual searching for to take care of anxiousness and despair, we might ask that folks respect the circumstances and privateness of Sara and her household.”

Geoff Huegill has beforehand addressed his spouse’s points on Instagram, saying good folks typically make poor selections.

“At occasions, good folks make poor selections. All of us journey over and make errors and sadly, we let others down. However that doesn’t make us dangerous folks,” he wrote on Instagram in June.

“There aren’t any excuses for the poor selections, nevertheless, after we look again at a second in time, naturally there are issues we might all do in a different way.

“I need to prolong my coronary heart felt appreciation to those that have supported us and those that proceed to assist us in these difficult occasions.

“Naturally there are two sides to each story, and there will probably be a time, after we as a household will share our facet.

“For now, my major focus is to make it possible for the well being and wellbeing of my greatest buddy is managed, so she may be the very best individual she may be for herself and for our household.”

This isn’t Mrs Huegill’s first run in with the regulation.

She and her husband got a six-month good behaviour bond for cocaine possession on the Randwick races in 2014.

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