Former Federal MP Belinda Neal
Just what can you say about this woman? Anything good at all? I think not. She is quite clearly a total out and out psycho and for the good of the community locked up. Where it gets scary is that she was part of the highly respected group we have running the Country today. She was the “Honorable Member for Robertson”. You know the type, respected member of the community who helped guide us in our ways and had a say in the governance of this Country. Now she is off to get some anger management. Oh yes, she split with her (wx) husband John Della Bosca who resigned over a sex scandal. Oh dear….. They seemed so well matched. He was the Health Minister in the NSW Parliament who got recently shown they are not wanted at all for any reason. Wonder why? I think its the people of NSW fault, failed to understand their policies.
This is as reported on ninemsn
Ms Neal, a former Labor MP for Robertson, was reportedly waiting outside Ms Neill’s apartment when she left home on Wednesday, The Daily Telegraph reported.
She claims Ms Neal followed her through the streets of Newtown in Sydney’s inner-west before there was a confrontation outside the Chill Cafe on King Street.
Ms Neill said Ms Neal called her a “whore” and a “prostitute” who “didn’t know anything about politics”.
A police spokeswoman confirmed police are investigating an alleged personal violence incident that occurred in Newtown on Wednesday.
“About 6.15pm (AEST), a 47-year-old woman allegedly approached another woman and verbally abused her outside a cafe on King Street,” the spokeswoman told AAP.
“The alleged victim, who is a 28-year-old local woman, contacted Newtown police station to report the matter.
“Police have successfully applied for a personal violence order on behalf of the victim.
“The alleged incident remains under investigation by Newtown local area command.”
In 2006, Ms Neal and her husband made headlines after they became involved in an argument with staff at a NSW Central Coast nightclub, Iguanas Waterfront.
Unhappy with being asked to shift to another table, Ms Neal allegedly demanded the sacking of a waiter and shouted “don’t you know who I am” at the manager.
She was also accused of threatening to have the restaurant’s liquor licence revoked.
The Australian Federal Police investigated the incident after allegations Ms Neal had pressured her staffers into falsifying statutory declarations.
It all speaks for itself I think.